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Arizona Cardinals safety Rashad Johnson said Monday that he lost the top of his middle finger just above the knuckle sometime before halftime of Sunday’s loss to the New Orleans Saints, according to Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com.
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Football players are supposed to be some of the toughest guys on the planet. Rashad Johnson took that perception to a whole new level on Sunday. The Arizona Cardinals safety lost part of his middle finger during Sunday’s loss to the New Orleans Saints, according to Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic. Johnson discovered the injury only after taking the glove off of his right hand...
Rashad Johnson succumbed to public pressure and posted a photo on Twitter Monday night of his infamous severed finger. The Arizona Cardinals safety lost the tip of his middle finger while making a tackle during Sunday’s loss to the New Orleans Saints. Naturally, when we hear about someone losing the tip of their finger, we […]
The Arizona Cardinals are working on a prototype foam hand for safety Rashad Johnson after he lost the tip of his finger during a play in Sunday's game against the Saints.
Johnson tweeted a gnarly photo of his severed middle digit Sunday, while the team posted a less gruesome photo of the foam "Victory" fingers Tuesday with a Miley Cyrus-sized bite taken out...
Cardinals safety Rashad Johnson suffered a gruesome injury in his team's defeat to the Saints on Sunday as he lost part of his middle finger according to the Arizona Republic.
At this point it's unclear exactly what happened to Johnson's left finger -- Somers acknowledged later that the injured finger was on his left hand not his right -- but the newspaper writes that...
Arizona Cardinals safety Rashad Johnson suffered an extremely uncommon injury during Sunday’s loss to the New Orleans Saints. Fortunately, his career is not in jeopardy. Unfortunately, Johnson’s middle finger will never be the same. The Arizona Republic’s Kent Somers reported on Monday morning that Johnson somehow lost a piece of one of his fingers while […]
One of the more compelling — and easily the nastiest and disturbing — injury report to emerge from last weekend’s slate of NFL games was how Arizona Cardinals safety Rashad Johnson suffered the most bizarre of injuries when the tip of his middle finger was severed during a special teams play. After initially responding to […]The post Cardinals unveil prototype for severed...
Arizona Cardinals safety Rashad Johnson lost part of his finger in Sunday’s loss to the New Orleans Saints.
The injury happened when he tackled Darren Spoles on a punt return. Once Johnson took of his glove on the sidelines, his finger was still in it.
Drs shaved bone on Johnson’s finger and repaired. Lost about down to first knuckle
— Kent Somers (@kentsomers) September 23...
Sunday, Cardinals safety Rashad Johnson lost the tip of his middle finger (down to the first knuckle) during Arizona’s game with the New Orleans Saints. And because of the magic of Twitter we all get to see the pretty nasty looking injury after Rashad tweeted a picture of it out last night. Who’s hungry? #thefinger […]
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Heck, you can even...
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On Monday, I posted two tweets about Arizona Cardinals safety Rashad Johnson losing the tip of one of his fingers.
And if those tweets along weren’t disturbing enough, Johnson went ahead and upped the ante by tweeting pictures of his severed finger.
Hope you’ve digested that breakfast you had this morning.
Arizona Cardinals safety Rashad Johnson lost the top...
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