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Augusta National Member Condoleezza Rice’s Errant Shot Gave A Female Spectator A Bloody Gash On Her Face
Hey Serena Williams, Try Not To Smack Yourself In The Face With Your Racket On The Forehand Follow-Through
Serena Williams won her Australian Open second round match 6-2, 6-0 over Spanish teenager Garbine Muguruza today, but at the expense of her face. After tracking down the ball and swinging a forehand return, her racket on the follow-through caught her lip, splitting it open and drawing blood. Not a good thing, though we look forward to whatever Caroline Wozniacki has in store.
Here’s How Some Angry Redskins Fans Reacted On Facebook To Robert Griffin III’s Torn Knee Ligaments And Surgery
Robert Griffin III needed surgery to repair both his ACL and LCL. This sucks. Are the Redskins to blame? Plenty of their fans think so… and they are not happy with their favorite team.
This Photo Of Christian Ponder’s “Deep Triceps Bruise” Explains Why He Didn’t Play Against Green Bay
In Week 17, the Minnesota Vikings pulled off a 37-34 upset win over the Green Bay Packers to sneak into the playoffs. Christian Ponder was spectacular, going 16-28 for 234 yards, 3 TDs and 0 INTs, but he also suffered a “deep triceps bruise” and was forced to sit out the team’s playoff rematch. Having seen the photo on the left, now we know why.
Robert Griffin III has played hurt a fair amount this season – he’s run the ball a lot, taken a lot of hits because of it, and it’s led to him getting banged up on more than one occasion. But never had his playing hurt been more obvious than it was today in the Redskins’ 24-14 playoff loss to the Seahawks. The painful proof is after the jump.
Things can’t get worse for a 3-18 basketball team, you say? Let’s examine the Washington Wizards. They are said 3-18 team, and by most accounts have nowhere to go but up. But budding young point guard John Wall, who hasn’t played a game yet this season, might be shut down for good thanks to new-found complications in a left knee injury.
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis may not yet be ready to return from a torn triceps and could sit out the final two games of the regular season. Read more at Fox News.
MMA fighter Ray Elbe has a story to tell. Consider this your first warning that it is not a pleasant story. Oh, sure, it starts as a sex story, and who doesn’t love a good one of those? But it quickly stops being about that and becomes the story of an injury. A gruesome, gruesome injury.