Is Marty Mornhinweg To Blame for Shortening Brian Westbrook’s Career?

May 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

I don't think Marty Mornhinweg did his best Tonya Harding impression and had someone take out Brian Westbrook's knees and ankles, but with the revelation from DeSean Jackson that Mornhinweg feels comfortable questioning a guy's toughness , is it possible Mornhinweg had a hand in getting Westbrook on the field sooner than he should have been?

We saw it at least a couple times a year since Westbrook became the man in the backfield. He would tweak his knee or ankle and instead of sitting out the week or two it would take for the injury to heal, he would try to play through it.

Then, when he tried to play through it, it led to an injury that had him carried off the field, hobbling like House without his cane or Vicodin .

So is it possible that Mornhinweg got to him the way he tried to get to Jackson? It's certainly not far-fetched to believe that if Mornhinweg would question a guy with a concussion that he'd question a guy who just nicked up his knee or ankle.
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