Found August 18, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
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Arizona Cardinals starting left tackle Levi Brown tore a triceps muscle during Friday's exhibition game against the visiting Oakland Raiders Friday night and could be out a long time, according to ESPN. Brown was scheduled to have an MRI Saturday morning. He is expected to miss at least three months but could be out for the season, depending on the results of the MRI. Brown has started every game for the Cardinals for the past four years. The injury happened in the second quarter. The Cardinals won the game 31-27.
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