Found October 03, 2011 on Pro Football Talk:
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An ugly injury to Colts defensive tackle Eric Foster overshadowed a close first half between the Bucs and Colts on Monday night. Foster’s leg/foot bent backwards unnaturally for everyone to see.  Teammates got emotional as Foster was fitted for an aircast and carted off the field. We’d be shocked if he played  again this season.…
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