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I'm not sure how I feel about all this. Of course nobody wants to see a player get seriously injured, but I have a feeling we're gonna see A LOT more knee and leg injuries this year. As Clowney pointed out in another article I read, what happens when a 6'3" defensive back is going against a 5'10" running back who lowers his head? Some guys can't get down that low. I think they should make the ejection less severe. Suspend them for the drive, quarter, etc. An early 1st quarter ejection could be very detrimental to some teams. Could you imagine losing AJ in the opening quarter against a team like UGA or USC? Hopefully the refs will take this seriously and make sure they have the right call. I would almost go as far to say they should watch the replay before making the call instead of vice versa. One thing's for sure, it's gonna be interesting.
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