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Thursday, August 26, 2010

Notre Dame Walking Wounded

Well the Fighting Irish injury list is growing. Although as of today, August 26th, only Anthony McDonald is officially considered “doubtful” for the Purdue game.

A crack investigative reporter from our SAS staff has been assigned to track and monitor “known” injuries. You can never tell if an injury is a one-time event or something that could reoccur and hag the player. Coach Kelly like any good coach keeps his injury cards close to his vest.

We suspect Rudolph’s ‘tweaked hamstring' is more serious than previously reported.

Remember all is not lost, most of these ailments will go away via the Notre Dame top notch training staff.

Our guest physical therapist is working on an analysis of McDonald’s knee issue.

Here’s the list:

Kyle Rudolph – TE - Hamstring

Anthony McDonald – LB - Knee

  Andrew Ness - T - Undisclosed

Steve Paskorz – LB – Knee

Mike Ragone TE – Heat injury

Matt Romine OT – Concussion

Jamoris Slaughter – S – Groin

Chris Stewart – OG – Sore Neck

Dan Wenger – C - Concussion

Ian Williams - NG - Toe Infection

* - Potential Starter

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