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    COJOMAY is offline Jersey Retired
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    McKinnie playing with broken hand

    http://www.startribune.com/blogs/vikings/

    LT Bryant McKinnie didn’t just suffer from food poisoning during an infamous Sept. 30 game against Green Bay. McKinnie also broke his left hand, he revealed today in an interview with Star Tribune columnist Patrick Reusse.

    McKinnie has not missed a game since he entered the league midway through the 2002 season and he played through the injury last weekend in Chicago. McKinnie also played through a broken hand during training camp in 2006.

    For the time being, McKinnie is playing with padding over his current injury.
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    huxx is offline Pro-Bowler
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    Re: McKinnie playing with broken hand

    That's guts man.
    He played great on Sunday.
    Of course, by great I mean, we didn't hear his name called- which for an O Lineman is a pretty good day.

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    Re: McKinnie playing with broken hand


    Bryant has played through pain before, I say they attach a big ol' meat hook on that left hand so if anybody starts to get around him to T-Jacks blindside they get the "Hook".

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