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Injuries is always part of football and it seems to be affecting a lot of teams so far in training camp, for us I know Hugh Thornton went down, anybody know the seriousness of his injury though? I also know that Toler left practice with a concussion but should be back for pre season, Any other injuries anyone knows of?

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Thornton is supposed to be practicing in a couple days... He was out of the boot yesterday.

Holmes's injury seems to be more serious... I only say this because we signed another C and he was in a boot yesterday...

Chuck said that Toler's concussion "wasn't serious"... whatever that means..

MTV was back at practice yesterday, Redding came back after being carted.

I don't know much about the injuries to Brazill (abdomen), Reitz (concussion), Adongo, or Sergio Brown.

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