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Likely a torn labrum for Gamble

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Wonder if his injury will prevent him from picking up his check Monday morning.

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'Torn' something usually equals IR.

Crap :(

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The concept of this team being soft also has little to do with how real or bad these injuries are.

We get pushed around every Sunday and only have a couple of players who would be considered tough or hard nosed.

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hurney needs to be on that phone right now trying to get someone to come in...preferably via trade.

Do you really trust Hurney to make a trade and us not get screwed? Especially when the other teams know we're desperate?

And D.Will better be a part of the convo

not with that contract he won't.

Rayzor is right. We trade DWill today and $9.6 million in unallocated bonus hits our cap immediately. We would have to cut half our scrubs and go with a 45 man roster. We couldn't cut any of our stars because they all have unallocated bonus also.

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i've had a torn labrum before its not that bad of an injury people geesh

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Seems like this season has been snakebitten since the start

this is a re-occurring theme with this team. the falcons lost grimes for the season and arent having any problems. hurney is garbage. we could have not spent 80 million on running backs that we don't even use and picked up some corners and safeties in free agency.

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hurney needs to be on that phone right now trying to get someone to come in...preferably via trade.

unless he's delusional enough to think we're ok enough with who we got here.

meh...it's hurney. we're pretty well screwed.

Please God, no! No trades please!

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Phew... I thought he might have a torn labia... torn labrum, no biggie...

that took longer than i expected.

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Great, more excuses for the coaching staff to fall back on.

No way to spin it this time. They could have bolstered the CB group this year but just ignored it.

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this is a re-occurring theme with this team. the falcons lost grimes for the season and arent having any problems. hurney is garbage. we could have not spent 80 million on running backs that we don't even use and picked up some corners and safeties in free agency.

We just lost Gamble this week. Who is to say that we will be having problems.

Let's wait and see whether the secondary sucks to make this call.

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