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SuperJTheGreat

Luke broke Ryan Matthews's collarbone.

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luke is gonna break some asses in his career.

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it's been a while since this team put someone on IR.

too long.

used to be at least once a year someone would get put on IR or essentially have their career ended.

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Ryan Matthews has been injury prone his ENTIRE career.

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luke is gonna break some asses in his career.

I'm sure he will break some when he's out in Charlotte pickin up some beef

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it's been a while since this team put someone on IR.

too long.

used to be at least once a year someone would get put on IR or essentially have their career ended.

Never be able to top the busted spleen...

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Never be able to top the busted spleen...

that was the most interesting one.

i think we take credit for culpeppers demise as well.

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For a split second thought it said Matt Ryan. Oh well.

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that was the most interesting one.

i think we take credit for culpeppers demise as well.

And turning Cadillac, into Pinto Williams.

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What kind of person cheers someone getting hurt?

Mainly Saints* fans

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I want to say Mike Minter laid the hit on Culpepper. I can't remember who hit Chris Simms.

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