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26.06.2019 07:53
Minnesota Vikings’ defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd Antworten

Following the 2016 season opener Alexander Mattison Minnesota Vikings Jerseys , saw renowned doctor James Andrews for what should have been a routine knee surgery. Unfortunately for Floyd, in the course of the surgery something happened that caused Floyd to suffer permanent nerve and muscle damage in his right leg, and left him unable to resume his NFL career. Now, Floyd is striking back, and in a big way.Albert Breer of the MMQB at Sports Illustrated is reporting that Floyd will be filing a $180 million lawsuit against Dr. Andrews, the Andrews Orthopedic Institue, and others.Floyd was the first of the Vikings’ three first-round picks in the 2013 NFL Draft (along with Xavier Rhodes and Cordarrelle Patterson). Floyd’s attorneys believe that the $180 million demand is commensurate with what someone of Floyd’s stature could have made over the course of an NFL career. While I’m not sure on that one way or another, it is very easy to argue that the botched surgery took Floyd out of the league before what would have been the prime of his career. 2016 was the fourth year of his five-year rookie contract, and if he had been able to play out the entire deal, he could have been in line for a pretty significant payday in his second NFL contract, whether that would have been with the Vikings or someone else.What happened to Sharrif Floyd was a damn shame, quite frankly, and if Dr. James Andrews and company are found to have been negligent in their duties when it came to Floyd’s surgery, I certainly hope that he can get everything that he’s entitled to out of this. Will the Vikings’ first round pick be in Nashville on Draft Thursday?"In just two weeks and two days from now, we will all be getting settled into our seats to watch the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft, live from Nashville, Tennessee. Every year, the league invites a number of prospects to attend the draft so they can do the whole “shake and take” with the Commissioner on stage to thunderous applause from those in attendance.On Tuesday Minnesota Vikings Jerseys 2019 , the NFL released the list of the players that will be in the “green room” for this year’s NFL Draft. All in all, there will be 23 prospects in attendance at the Draft, and here is the complete list:Josh Allen, LB, KentuckyDeandre Baker, CB, GeorgiaNick Bosa, DE, Ohio StateMarquise Brown, WR, OklahomaBrian Burns, DE, Florida StateDevin Bush, LB, MichiganAndre Dillard, OT, Washington StateNoah Fant, TE Minnesota Vikings Jerseys 2019 , IowaCody Ford, OL, OklahomaT.J. Hockenson, TE, IowaJosh Jacobs, RB, AlabamaDaniel Jones, QB, DukeDrew Lock, QB, MissouriD.K. Metcalf, WR, MississippiKyler Murray, QB, OklahomaEd Oliver, DT, HoustonMontez Sweat, DE Olisaemeka Udoh Minnesota Vikings Jerseys , Mississippi StateJawaan Taylor, OT, FloridaDevin White, LB, Louisiana StateChristian Wilkins, DT, ClemsonGreedy Williams, CB, Louisiana StateJonah Williams, OT, AlabamaQuinnen Williams, DT, AlabamaSo, with that list now public, do you think that the Minnesota Vikings’ first-round selection will be in the “green room” in Nashville on 25 April?

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