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2006 SAMPLE E-MAIL INJURY ALERT!
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PREMIUM NFL INJURY QUICK BITS ALERT!
-- T.O. Breaks Finger; OUT 2-4 Weeks --
The Dallas Morning News reports Cowboys WR Terrell Owens just revealed that the ring finger on right hand has been broken. He said he expects to have surgery Monday, likely to have pins and a plate inserted. Owens said he did not know how the injury happened but that his hand likely was caught in an opponent's jersey. "It came at a good time," Owens said. "With a bye week next week, I have at least two weeks to heal." It's expected that he'll miss 2-4 weeks of action. The team has a BYE next week.
-- Mike's View --
If an injury like this had to happen, this is the time for it to minimize the time WR Terrell Owens will miss. Expect Owens to miss Week #4 against the Titans, and possibly the week #5 match-up against Philly. The primary target becomes WR Terry Glenn , who will now draw top corner coverage. That hurts a bit, but Glenn is talented enough to produce despite that, especially against the sad-sack Titans. WR Patrick Crayton scored tonight, catching two passes for 14 yards. Crayton becomes the #2 WR opposite Glenn while Owens is out. In addition, look for TE Jason Witten and rookie TE Anthony Fasano to see more looks. QB Drew Bledsoe could be adversely affected against the Eagles in week #5 without Owens, but he would still be a good play against the Titans in two weeks. Bottom Line: Owens owners need to pick up a good free agent off their league waiver wire like perhaps Bears WR Bernard Berrian , who scored again today and caught 5 passes for 89 yards. More to come in tonight's late-night Waiver Wire, which will be posted on the site within the hour.