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Yesterday I wrote that Cris Carter may become the voice of reason in the concussion debate. It would seem that one of the antagonists to reason and logic may be Osi Umenyiora who voiced his agreement with Kurt Warner about concerns over health concerns resulting from repeated hits to the head. Umenyiora didn't stop there. He also said that he thought he may end up in a wheel chair on his Twitter account. By the Way, Kurt Warner is Right to think how he is thinking about his kids and football. — Osi Umenyiora (@OsiUmenyiora) May 8, 2012 Its an awesome game and has done a lot for me, but i know when im 45 there is a strong chance il be in a wheelchair. — Osi Umenyiora (@OsiUmenyiora) May 8, 2012 To say that Umenyiora's comments are likely to be off base would be an understatement. He was trying to make a point with those comments, but they don't add any helpful commentary to the debate. Despite the exaggerated outlook displayed by Umenyiora, his message is still a poin...
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