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Matt Moore returns to pratice; Ready for Sunday

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Apparently Matt Moore’s so-called “concussion” wasn’t as bad as coach John Fox described.

Moore returned to practice on Wednesday and is expected to start Sunday against Tampa Bay.

Normally the Panthers hold out players who’ve suffered concussions the week after their injury, but apparently Moore’s was mild, if he even had one at all.

http://reederstake.freedomblogging.com/2010/09/15/qb-moore-returns-to-practice-ready-to-go-sunday/6626/

josephperson (observer)

Moore says he was injured series before he came out. Sounded optimistic thaat he would play Sun

Says he remembered everything after the game, incl ride to hospital.

http://twitter.com/josephperson

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OMG WHY AREN'T WE STARTING CLAUSEN MOORE SUX!

(p.s. no, I don't honestly believe this, but I figured we should get it out of the way)

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I think a distraction was needed for such a bad performance, that's all.

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Of course Kolb failed his, Vick looked ten times better. Just like Jake broke his thumb against the Jets supposedly.

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OMG WHY AREN'T WE STARTING CLAUSEN MOORE SUX!

(p.s. no, I don't honestly believe this, but I figured we should get it out of the way)

awesome sig. :)

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I think a distraction was needed for such a bad performance, that's all.

I think your avatar and custom title are speaking for you.

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Glad to hear Matt's OK. It was too soon to throw Jimmy out there even if Tampa's D sucks.

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