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Bears Player Gruesome Injury Is Worse Than Initially Reported

Bears tight end Zach Miller had suffered a horrific injury in Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints. 

If you haven’t seen the injury I’m going to embed a tweet of the video of the injury. At least I think the injury is in this video. I haven’t seen it yet and hope to keep it that way for the rest of my life. I’m pretty queasy when it comes to watching bad injuries.

Did you watch it? Sorry if you vomited. I warned you.

Initial reports were that Miller had a dislocated knee. It wasn’t until Monday morning that these reports came out that doctors were trying to save his leg.

That’s all we know for now. A similar injury happened to Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater at the beginning of last season. He has since healed and returned to action. Hopefully, good news like that is on the horizon for Miller.

 

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