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NFL week 17 / Bills DB Damar Hamlin seriously injured, taken away via ambulance- MNF game suspended


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1 minute ago, aggie08 said:

After this and the earlier USC/Tulane game where the players literally knocked each other out, fuck anyone who still uses words like "pussification" to describe the rule changes in football.

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Just now, Hagbard Celine said:

christian eriksen died on the field playing for denmark in the delayed euro 20 tournament (played in '21) and 18 months later was playing for denmark on the same field

Peverly never got back on the ice as a player. When they got him stabilized and conscious he asked if it was his shift.

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2 minutes ago, aggie08 said:

After this and the earlier USC/Tulane game where the players literally knocked each other out, fuck anyone who still uses words like "pussification" to describe the rule changes in football.

purdue player was worked on for 15 minutes and taken off on a board with a neck brace as well today.  thankfully seems to be ok

 

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Holy shit. Just awful. Routine play.

They surely cancel the game if he is dead, right?

They might cancel it regardless. Didn’t they call the Stars game when Rich Peverly had a heart attack on the bench?
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