Phil Taylor getting MRI on quad injury

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A knee injury caused Washington defensive tackle Phil Taylor to miss two seasons of football. A new leg injury is derailing what has been to date an unlikely comeback.

Taylor suffered a quad injury against the Bengals. Coach Jay Gruden told reporters after the game that Taylor will get an MRI to determine the extent of the injury.

The first-round pick of the Browns in 2011 has emerged as a starter in Washington, making his story one of the most intriguing of camp. Hopefully, that story will continue to intrigue.

4 responses to “Phil Taylor getting MRI on quad injury

  1. Zero games in 2 seasons. Story tugs on the heartstrings, but as much as we pull for him, he’s made of glass. Perpetually injured. Can’t help the club from the tub.

  2. The last game he played in Cleveland was his best, a Thursday night stomping of the Bengals in Cincinnati. Sucks to see what he’s gone through since then. Here’s to a speedy recovery for Taylor.

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