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Old 03-14-2007, 10:23 PM   #1
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Eagles DE Kearse on the mend

Written by: Bob Glauber 3/14/2007

Eagles defensive end Jevon Kearse suffered what some team officials feared was a career-ending injury in Week 2 against the Giants last season. Kearse tore three of his four ligaments, all but the anterior cruciate ligament. And he suffered cartiliage damage and a severe bone bruise as well.

But Kearse is doing exceptionally well in his rehab, and there is little doubt hell return next season. Maybe not in time for mini-camp, but team sources tell me hell be ready to go at the start of training camp. Kearse said before last season hed hoped to break the NFL sack record, and he had 3 sacks in his first two games before being hurt.
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Old 03-14-2007, 11:01 PM   #2
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Great news, Thanks BE.
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Old 03-14-2007, 11:01 PM   #3
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i actually expect our d line to be the strength of our d, and i dont think our secondary is all too shabby

here's to hoping some kids step up and can play lb
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He looked so good last year. What a huge loss. Let's hope that he can return to form.
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He looked so good last year. What a huge loss. Let's hope that he can return to form.
You're right 'Toga. The Freak is an incredibly gifted athlete when healthy, motivated and supported. I think he really looked forward to having Howard as his partner in crime, was poised to take off and did so briefly till he went down. Since he was supposedly ready to play in the post-season had it been permissable, I see no reason he is not cranked up to make up for lost time this year. Despite what we hear constantly from all the bleating hearts in Negadelphia this is a very talented team and Kearse's clock is ticking. He could/should be one nasty sumbitch this year.
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