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August 2, 2008 5:51 PM

Red Bryant on his knee surgery

Posted by Jose Romero

The rookie DT spoke to reporters after the scrimmage, which he watched from the sideline.

"I just felt something funny when I was getting ready for practice Thursday," Bryant said when asked how he got hurt. "They checked it out and said I had some damaged cartilage."

Bryant said he must have gotten hurt during camp and not before. He had wanted to keep practicing over the injury but the team decided to clean up the loose cartilage and have him undergo surgery.

"It's tough because I'm a rookie and I'm trying to get in this rotation and bring something to the table, but they've got my best interests in mind," Bryant said. "I'm glad it's over with...I'll be back out there before you know it."

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Posted by ethan

8:49 PM, Aug 02, 2008

probably shooting hoops..

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10:08 PM, Aug 02, 2008

Saturday....nothing I like better then a up to date blog????

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