Steve Smith of Carolina Panthers Breaks Arm Playing…

June 22, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Flag football.
Steve Smith, of the Carolina Panthers has broken his arm playing one of the less dangerous sports around.
The Seattle Times reported this injury to have happened Sunday, the 21st. This injury happened when he went up for a ball and after missing it, went to the ground.
He tried to prevent injury by putting his arm out and protecting his body from damage, but instead landed awkwardly breaking it in almost the same place he broke his arm LAST time.
Carolina Panthers fans must have been feeling happier about a few of the offseason moves, but this is really something that will bring some heartbreak. Steve Smith has been a fantastic player over his career and is known as one of the toughest players around.
He is also commonly regarded as being among the greatest short players in NFL history. He is 5'9" and has still managed to succeed in the NFL due largely to his quickness and overall speed. He has had sure hands through almost his entire career and ...

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