Jake Locker remains on crutches

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  1. Vigsted

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    Yeah we certainly wouldn't want our QB and (hopefully) leader of the team on the sideline to cheer on and motivate his teammates....
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  2. Deuce Wayne

    Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    Since when is an injured player in grave danger for being on the sidelines?

    You guys so dramatic.
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  3. JCBRAVE

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    Its still his team, he's not practicing, how much harder will it be for him to come back if he hides upstairs?

    I get where youre coming from but its good for him to be in the mix on the field.
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  4. Dman

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    I like the fact that he is on the sideline but I saw one shot where he was very close to the field. Keep him a few yards back, we don't need him getting hurt while he is hurt lol
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  5. Titanup1982

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    Um, have you not seen players and coaches getting rolled up on by being in the wrong place at the wrong time? Broken thumb or shoulder sprain, sure you can stand on the sidelines, but someone on crutches that is coming off an injury where he can barely walk. That's not really smart at all.
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  6. Childress79

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    Remember when a KFC miss throw gave Williams Hayes a concussion. That was a classic.
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