Found December 21, 2011 on Throw The Flag:
Eric Legrand was a player Rutgers and was tragically injured. He has documented his recover on Twitter and it has been nothing short of amazing. This is his first autograph since his injury. We wish you a speedy recover Eric. No one deserves what happened to him.
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