i see this whole thing differently. we brought in a lot of vets who had injury pasts. what we want is solid depth so that when dixon or perry goes down with injury, we dont miss a beat. i didnt expect searcy to beat out Perry necessarily. i just wanted to light a fire under some behinds and get some depth. veterans dont really want to do as much as rookies or 2 year guys in preseason anyways. vets have been through this crap before. so i also dont see anything set in stone at this point. If Perry is not hurt and ready to go, he is younger, and should get the start, all things being equal. guys like Searcy and Burnett understand there role.Originally posted by inFINSible
I'm pretty sure Searcy tore his pec or Bicep(or both) not his MCL...
Searcy had a ruptured quadtricep tendon one year and a ruptured tricep tendon the next. Those are the facts.Originally posted by ckparrothead
He tore his ACL once. Thats pretty much recovered. The 2nd year he was out was I believe a triceps injury.