Monday, February 25, 2008

DT Dorsey undergoes litany of tests in Indy

DT Dorsey undergoes litany of tests in Indy
Glenn Dorsey was at the hospital from about 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, getting poked and prodded as NFL teams checked out players' health at the annual scouting combine. "MRIs, CT scans, everything," Dorsey recalled. "There's things from high school they want to check out." A day later, the defensive tackle from LSU got poked and prodded by a swarm of media asking if any lingering injuries will affect his status as one of the top picks in April's draft.

Injury buzz surrounds LSU star Dorsey
An NFL team doctor told that there are serious concerns over the lingering effects of a 2006 stress fracture in the right tibia of Louisiana State's highly-rated defensive tackle Glenn Dorsey. Dorsey, generally considered a top-five prospect in the NFL Draft, underwent a physical Saturday at the Scouting Combine, and was subsequently sent to the hospital for additional tests.

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