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    Cardinals | Dansby concerned toe injury could end his career
    Tue, 22 Aug 2006 16:24:01 -0700

    Charles Goldberg, of The Birmingham News, reports Arizona Cardinals LB Karlos Dansby (toe) is concerned his NFL career could be over due to a toe injury. Dansby said team officials told him the problem could be a "career-ending injury," according to the Arizona Republic. Dansby said the injury has caused problems in his leg muscles. While he claims treatment is helping and expects to eventually return, the problem is spreading. "It's moving up under my other toe, and it's causing my muscles in my left leg to shut down. I'm having a real tough time right now. It's been like this for a couple of years now, and my body just can't take it anymore," said Dansby.

  • #2
    Re: Cardinals | Dansby concerned toe injury could end his career

    Wow, that's unbelievable. He was really one of the standouts on that defensive unit at SLB. To lose him would really put them in a bind, because Calvin Pace, Dansby's back-up, is a converted DE who has had an admittingly bumpy transition to LB. It wasn't exactly a great unit to begin with, either.


    • #3
      Re: Cardinals | Dansby concerned toe injury could end his career

      The Cardinals are snakebitten. They take a step forward, then a step back. They're going to miss Dansby who is one of their key playakers.


      • #4
        Re: Cardinals | Dansby concerned toe injury could end his career

        popr karlos, Hope he gets better, But maybe he wont play anymore, that could help us out.


        • #5
          Re: Cardinals | Dansby concerned toe injury could end his career

          Come on man, show some respect. He may be a rival player but its always sad to see a Young NFL Player that had big potential to go down. I only wish for the best recovery for him!


          • #6
            Re: Cardinals | Dansby concerned toe injury could end his career

            sure I want him to come back, but wanting him to come back and suck is not bad is it? besides I have always been A fan Of karlos Dansby.


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