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Charles Johnson-Sprained Knee

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Panther fans rejoice worldwide!

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Great news. It was scary seeing him writhing in pain on the ground like he was. KEEP POUNDING, CJ!

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he'll rub dead baby jesus's stem cells on it throughout the week and be good for miami

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Nice, brace it up and see you in Miami.

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Is that from after the MRI? i'm not seeing this anywhere else. 

 

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Finally I'm starting to breathe after last night lol. Good news!

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I won't rest easy until I see a more reliable source.

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That's relieving.

I was so god damn pissed at that leg whip I almost hurt my own knee..

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Great, great news. I know we were pretty worried when seeing that anguish on his face. If he needs to sit against Miami to get a lil healthy, let'em rest Ron.

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