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.....But in the final game of 2005, with the Chargers out of playoff contention, Brees dived for a fumble in his own end zone, and Gerard Warren, the Denver Broncos' 325-pound tackle, landed on him. When Brees stood he held his right arm as if he were resting the elbow on a fireplace mantle, his shoulder gruesomely dislocated.More than 1,700 miles away in Birmingham, renowned orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews watched a replay of Brees going down. "I thought, my God, what an injury," says Andrews. Four days later he examined Brees and diagnosed a rare 360-degree tear of the labrum, the ring of cartilage around the entry to the shoulder joint. During surgery Andrews discovered a deep, partial rotator cuff tear. He says the damage in Brees's shoulder joint represented "one of the most unique injuries of any athlete I've ever treated."
Milliner and Banks are the only two CBs I'd draft round one. If we draft Rhodes or Trufant at 13, I'll be very disappointed.
If we draft Trufant at 13, I'll be very disappointed.
They need a corner in the draft but they need the right guy. I think 13 is high enough to where you still have a selection of best players in draft. They need to be wise about what else could be out there. It doesnt HAVE to be corner, does it??