And will miss the 2009 season. I'm getting really tired of reading things like this every off-season. It's the devastation of it, really. And the time, a year is a long time.
Pete would have been a big help on a D-line that appears strong but unproven, and now somewhat thin. With a green secondary getting pressure is going to be paramount.
This is a fantastic article that takes an excrutiatingly detailed look at not only the injury itself but the medical procedure for repairing it as well, including alternative methods.
I think we all will come away smarter for having read it, and that it just may stir some original questions when it comes time to evaluate Mr. Torain's return!
This kind of news really makes you feel terrible.
"It didn't look good. The doctors said coming off, Dr. Sebastianelli, we'll probably know tomorrow the outcome of that one," Bradley said. "That affects us... losing him... I can't believe it happened to him again.
"It does (make me emotional). He's been such a big part of our team and everything we do, not just on the field but off the field, workouts, he's such a big part of the spirit of our football team. He sets the tone on defense... that's going to hurt us a lot but we'll rally."