Originally posted on Bleed Black & Gold  |  Last updated 12/5/11

LaMarr Woodley called his hamstring “fatigued”  after the game.  He also indicated that he was going to split time with Jason Worilds regardless of if he had gotten fatigued or not.  Woodley had no intention of playing the entire game versus the Bengals.  He also seems to have no intention of playing the entire game the rest of the regular season.  He plans on him and Worilds rotating to help his hamstring heal fully so he is ready for the playoffs. 

Woodley does plan to play though versus the Browns.  He will split time with Worilds and hopes to get the same amount of snaps if not a little more thursday night.  It is nice to know that Woodley did not reinjure his hamstring against the Bengals and at least part of this was planned from the start.

There may not be any Superkicks for the rest of the year though.  Disappointing.  So here is one just for your enjoyment.

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