Malcolm Kelly Re-Injures Hamstring, Time With the Redskins Over?

August 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

According the Redskins.com, Malcolm Kelly has re-injured his plaguing hamstring again. The constantly injured wide out has not played a down during the 2010 preseason because of the nagging injury and is in real jeopardy of losing his position with the team totally.
Kelly, a third year veteran on the team, has not caught a touchdown pass yet in his short NFL career. He missed eleven games as a rookie and all of this offseason due to injury but appeared in every game during the 2009 season.
On a team that is seemingly getting shorter in height at the wide receiver position, Kelly, who stands 6'4" according to NFL.com, certainly has height to his advantage.
The Redskins have until Saturday at 4 p.m. to decide whether to keep Kelly on the 53 man roster, cut him, or put him on injured reserve.
Saying that his "clock is ticking," Kelly understood on Sunday that his time with the Redskins may be coming to an end.
He showed plenty of ability during the 2009 season, in...

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