Found October 24, 2011 on
Larry Brown Sports:
If you’re a running back and you play in the NFL, chances are you gut hurt on Sunday. Tim Hightower and Earnest Graham suffered season-ending injuries, while Willis McGahee and Beanie Wells sustained injuries that could keep them out a few weeks. Additionally, Marshawn Lynch, Mark Ingram, and Darren McFadden also got nicked. We’ll explore [...]
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The Broncos running back broke a bone in his right hand during Denver's win over Miami last Sunday and will be out of commission for the foreseeable future.
Tampa Bay running back Earnest Graham will miss the remainder of the season because of a torn right Achilles' tendon.
Graham was injured during Sunday's 24-18 loss to Chicago in London. He's appeared in all seven games this season, starting the last two with LeGarrette Blount sidelined with a knee injury.
Graham rushed for 109 yards in a victory over New Orleans two...
Arizona Cardinals running back Beanie Wells isn't interested in letting a bone bruise in his knee slow him down.
Wells told Arizona Sports 620 Radio on Wednesday that he expects to play in Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens.
"It's just a matter of controlling the swelling," Wells said. "It's just a day by day thing. Hopefully I'm out there...
Earnest Graham was placed on IR with a torn Achilles tendon, effectively ending his 2011 season<a
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Earnest Graham had an MRI on his injured right leg Tuesday morning amid reports the veteran running back of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers suffered a season-ending torn Achilles tendon.
What fans and media know about Beanie Wells' injured right knee fits in a medium-sized paragraph. The unknown, however, takes several paragraphs to explore.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Earnest Graham will miss the remainder of the season with a torn Achilles tendon, according to a report in the Times.
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