Bailey undergoes surgery for broken hand

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    Titans linebacker Patrick Bailey underwent surgery on his broken hand and his status for Sunday’s game against the Vikings is uncertain.

    Bailey broke the hand during last Sunday’s game against the Texans, and played wearing a cast on the hand in the second half. He didn’t practice on Wednesday.

    “We’ll have to see how sore he is,” coach Mike Munchak said. “It is just a matter of how much impact he can take on it. We’ll just have to see what it feels like for him.”

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    Bailey has made more of an impact than that other guy....whatever his name was.
     
  4. Ghost

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    Yeah CJ is a waste of cash :neener:
     
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    Tim Shaw?
     
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    How is his status uncertain if he just had surgery? Quit with the BS already good god.
     
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    You can play with a broken hand if you club it up instead of a regular cast. Just depends on how he feels Sunday.
     
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