Ravens safety Terrence Brooks is hoping that he doesn't spend his second season in the NFL watching entirely from the sidelines.Brooks, who tore the ACL and MCL in his right knee in Week 15 against Jacksonville. says his rehab is progressing ahead of schedule. "To be honest, we're probably a little bit ahead of schedule," Brooks said. "I haven't had a break since I've been hurt...
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Last time the Ravens played, Terrence Brooks delivered a crushing blow to Delanie Walker. Some of the Titans took offense to the hit, however, it was technically clean. In the NFL these days, it seems a big hit cannot go without questioning.
John Harbaugh surely appreciated what Brooks did, as you can see in plain sight his range of emotions...
In Sunday’s win over the Tennessee Titans, Baltimore Ravens safety Terrence Brooks laid a vicious hit on tight end Delanie Walker.
Have a look:
Walker suffered a concussion on the play and had to leave the game.
Ouch. What do you think? Was it a clean hit or not?
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