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OL Rex Hadnot Hurt; No Word on Extent of Injury

Here come the injuries.

The Browns have been rather lucky so far in the first week of camp when it comes to injuries, but it appears that the bug may have finally hit the team. Reports say that offensive lineman Rex Hadnot suffered what may be a serious injury in the evening practice on Thursday.

Here’s the PD report on how the injury went down:

Hadnot, playing left guard with the second unit, was engaged in a block with defensive end Louis Leonard. Behind Hadnot, left tackle George Foster and linebacker David Veikune were dueling. It appeared Veikune tripped over Foster’s leg and fell on the back of Hadnot’s knee.

Hadnot can play three positions on the O-Line, which is a reason why the injury hurts all the more. He started 15 games last year at right guard in his first season with the Browns. The Browns will not comment as of yet on the injury.


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3 Responses to “OL Rex Hadnot Hurt; No Word on Extent of Injury”

  1. David says:

    In this blog post on Lebronstown, a Jets fan writes a scathing criticism of Eric Mangini and informs us die hard Browns fans that we’re in for a long season. Some of his points are ok, but personally, I think this guy’s full of s***, but what do you guys think? We need to get in there and defend our team against the fool from the East Coast. Here’s the link: http://lebrownstown.com/?p=4443

  2. Dennis Thompson says:

    Talk is very cheap — and meaningless. Only have to watch Fox news to understand that. If this team shows up and plays well in a very tough AFC conference, then who cares what some nimrod in another city has to say? For example, say what you will about Belichek – but he’s got those rings, doesn’t he? As Abe once is attributed to saying: “Don’t argue with a fool. People might not be able to tell the difference.”

  3. clayton says:

    The injury to Hadnot is bad news as he is not only versatile but he is nasty and plays very heavy, which is why he was rumoured to be stepping on Steinbach’s toes. Mangini likes Rex a lot.

    In terms of New York football fans, they are a lost cause. Always have been. These are the same fans who frequently bash Tom Coughlin!

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