Omg. Celtics Gordon Hayward injury awful

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  1. Cards_Campos

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    I haven't seen anything that bad in football. Did anyone see his injury. Omg. I hope he will be able to play again. Broke his leg and ankle or I dont know. It was bad.
     
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    LoyaltyisaCurse IF AND WHEN HEALTHY...

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    Beyond horrible.

     
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    No thanks. I've seen plenty of those kinds of injuries, not gonna watch this one.

    Forget Bball. I hope he's able to have 'normal' use with that leg again.

    Napolean Kauffman's and Thiesman's will always be some of the most gruesome for me.
     
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    That's just gruesome. Got to feel for Hayward & his family after something like that
     
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    Gruesome. Tyler Lockette had an almost equally grotesque injury against us.
     
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    Man that really sucks. You got to feel for him. They had such high hopes in Boston
     
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    Oh, and remember the TX Rangers player who busted his femur hitting the 1st base bag and his heel hit him in the back of the head.. Ugh, that was gnarly too.
     
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    Ugh!

    Reminds me of Marcel Shipps foot almost facing backwards in TC :shocker:
     
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    I always thought watching pitchers, like Brian Downing, break their arms throwing a pitch was pretty gruesome, because you can hear the bone snap on tv.
     
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    I still vividly remember Theismann's leg being broke in two
     
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    Simply horrible.
     
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    Might not be considered 'real' sports but Sid Vicious jumping off of the top rope was a horrible site to see. In hockey, just one name: Clint Malarchuk. Just look it up.


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    Napoleon McCallum with the Raiders was the worst I've seen.
     
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    Wrong forum. It looks like a dislocated ankle. I had the exact same thing happen. The foot just flops around. Lots of physical therapy afterwards. I didn't follow through with mine & now I have limited movement with that ankle. Can't run full speed anymore. Always follow through with your PT kids.
     
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    I'll never forget the Bengal lineman who broke his leg. His name was Krumamen or something like that.
     

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