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ASHBURN, Va. Zalando Puma Scarpe . -- DeAngelo Hall made his way around on crutches with a walking boot on his leg, his season over with a ruptured left Achilles. The Washington Redskins lost their three-time Pro Bowl cornerback for the rest of the 2014 when an MRI confirmed what was suspected after Hall was hurt in the third quarter of Sundays loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. Backup safety Duke Ihenacho is also done for the season with a broken bone in his left foot. Both Hall and Ihenacho were placed on injured reserve Monday, and while defensive end Jason Hatcher, linebacker Brian Orakpo and guard Shawn Lauvao were among several players nursing injuries that could keep them out of Thursdays game against the New York Giants. "Everybodys kind of consoling me like Im dying," Hall said. "Im like, Look, yall, Im not on suicide watch, Ill be all right. It couldve been a whole lot worse. Im hearing Achilles arent the end of the world." Hall, wearing purple and gold Los Angeles Lakers shorts, said he spoke with Kobe Bryant shortly after the game to get advice about surgery and rehab. Bryant tore his Achilles last year. "Im not a spring chicken, so Ive got to make sure I get it done the right way," said the 30-year-old Hall. "Got to be as patient with it as possible." Hall said he hasnt decided where or when to have his surgery. Hes had a relatively healthy career and hasnt missed a game since 2009. Halls absence will be felt by a Redskins defence that is off to a good start but has been thinned by injuries. Second-year player David Amerson becomes the teams No. 1 cornerback, and rookie fourth-round pick Bashaud Breeland could be the other starter Thursday against the New York Giants. Tracy Porter, signed as a free agent to be the nickel cornerback, has yet to play this season because of a hamstring injury. Hall is also a team leader, a position that would have been unexpected several years ago from a player known for his hot-headed moments. Asked if that element of his game will be missed, he pointed out that it was maybe for the best that he wasnt on the field during the Eagles- Redskins brawl in the fourth quarter. "I try to be a calming force, but Im probably the craziest one out of everybody," Hall said. "Somebody said thank God I wasnt on the sidelines during the fight, because I mightve been swinging my crutches around." Ihenacho was hurt while covering a kickoff in the first quarter against the Eagles. He was claimed off waivers from the Denver Broncos at the end of preseason and played in two games for the Redskins. The Redskins filled one roster spot by promoting cornerback Chase Minnifield from the practice squad to the active roster. Hatcher, Orapko and Lauvao were among 17 players listed on the injury report Monday. Coach Jay Gruden said all are day-to-day. Hatcher injured a hamstring during the fourth quarter Sunday. "Well just take the proper precaution with the trainers," Hatcher said, "and see what they think about Thursday." Orakpo was scheduled to see a hand specialist about an injury to his left middle finger. "I think hell be OK," Gruden said. "Its just going to hurt him a little bit." Lauvaos right knee was bruised and swollen after he was hurt in the third quarter. An MRI showed no structural damage. Puma Scarpe Sito Ufficiale . -- Those impatient for the Stanley Cup to return to Canada will have just one team to root for in the NHL playoffs -- the Montreal Canadiens. Zalando Scarpe Puma Scontate . Lost to Los Angeles in first round of playoffs. http://www.pumascontate.it/ . It looked like being another miserable day for Moyes when Ashley Westwood put Villa in front from a 13th-minute free kick. But Rooney headed United level seven minutes later, and the striker netted his 16th of the season for the struggling champions from the penalty spot before halftime.Alexander Gustafsson will try to book his place in a light heavyweight title rematch against Jon Jones when he faces the dangerous Anthony Johnson in the main event of UFC on Fox 14 at Tele2 Arena in Stockholm, Sweden on Saturday. You can watch the event, beginning with the preliminary bouts, on TSN4 at 5pm et/2pm pt. The main card kicks of on TSN4 at 8pm et/5pm pt. Here are TSN.cas predictions: Main Card: Alexander Gustafsson (16-2) vs. Anthony Johnson (18-4) Andrew Robichaud, TSN.ca Gustafsson - With his quest for another shot at the light heavyweight title derailed by injury, Gustafsson has to prove once again that he is the rightful No. 1 contender. Having home field advantage shouldnt hurt. Johnson - With his weight issues in the past, Johnson has become a one-man wrecking crew at 205 pounds. He looks like he has finally found where he belongs as a fighter and that is dangerous for anyone stepping into the Octagon with him. PICK: Gustafsson via unanimous decision Ken Rodney, TSN.ca Gustafsson- With one man standing between himself and a highly anticipated rematch with Jon Jones, Gustafsson should not lack the motivation to have a good showing in this bout. Outside of his controversial loss against the champion, the Swede has not been beaten since 2010 and looked impressive at every turn. Johnson- Since a loss to Vitor Belfort, Johnson has rattled off eight straight victories, including a 44 second pummeling of Antonio Rogerio Nogueira. Power will be his advantage heading into this bout and will have to look for the big bomb if he wants to have his arm raised. PICK: Gustafsson via decision — Dan Henderson (30-12) vs. Gegard Mousasi (35-5-2) Robichaud Henderson - Taking the second longest break between fights in his UFC career could be a good thing for the 44-year-old fighting legend, who has lost three of his last four bouts. Henderson may be fading but he can never be counted out. Mousasi - Coming into just his fifth fight in the UFC, Mousasi is far gone from the days of being a Pride, DREAM and Strikeforce champion but he has shown some life in two wins with the organization and can still compete, even if it comes and goes. PICK: Henderson via TKO Rodney Henderson – Returning to the middleweight division, Henderson is coming off a victory over Shogun Rua sandwiched around four high profile losses to quality opponents. He hasnt been in the Octagon since May 2014 but rust should not be an issue for the 44-year-old veteran. Mousasi – Like his opponent, Mousasi has lost more than hes won recently, including a third round submission defeat at the hands of Jacare Souza in his last outing. He should look like hes moving at twice the speed in this matchup. PICK: Mousasi via decision — Phil Davis (13-2) vs. Ryan Bader (19-4) Robichaud Davis - He put on a world-cllass performance in his last victory over Glover Teixeira, but a busy schedule at the top of the light heavyweight division means Davis has to continue to be dominant where he is in order to prove he belongs in the title conversation. Scarpe Puma Scontate. Bader - By no means a stepping stone, Bader has the chance to take out some of the top-tier talent he has faltered against in the past. A win over Davis is a big notch on his belt and could inject some life into a fighter who has been treading in middle-of-the-division waters for a while. PICK: Davis via unanimous decision Rodney Davis - The 30-year-old needs to take this fight to ground where he does his best work grinding down his opponent. The strategy worked in his last bout, a three round decision victory over Glover Teixeira. Bader - Looking for his fourth consecutive victory, Bader went the distance to earn wins against Ovince St. Preux, Rafael Cavalcante and Anthony Perosh. He also has knockout power and though a quick finish probably isnt in the cards a late one is a possibility. PICK: Davis via decision — Akira Corassani (14-6-1) vs. Sam Sicilia (13-5) Robichaud Corassani - The slump is real for the Swede after two straight knockout losses against Dustin Poirier and Max Holloway. Facing another opponent looking to get back in the win column is a good metric for where Corassani belongs in the featherweight division, if at all. Sicilia - His UFC tenure has been disappointing (3-4), to say the least. If the 28 year old hopes to build a successful career with the organization hell have to start making statements against comparable competition - starting with having his hand raised for the first time since May 2014. PICK: Corassani via TKO Rodney Corassani - The 32-year-old Swede has been stopped in his last two fights and even the home advantage didnt help in his last outing. His last victory was via DQ due to an illegal knee so he need to come out ahead to prove he still belongs at this level. Sicilia - Alternating wins and losses in his last four bouts has not allowed Sicilia to build any momentum in the featherweight division. He has been submitted in the second round in his last two defeats, including a September setback against Katsunori Kikuno. PICK: Sicilia via TKO — Preliminary Card: Robichaud: Tumenov over Musoke Rodney: Musoke over Tumenov Robichaud: Aliev over Robertson Rodney: Robertson over Aliev Robichaud: Ogle over Amirkhani Rodney: Ogle over Amirkhani Robichaud: Krylov over Nedkov Rodney: Nedkov over Krylov Robichaud: Taisumov over Christodoulou Rodney: Taisumov over Christodoulou Robichaud: Bektic over Redmond Rodney: Bektic over Redmond — Early Preliminaries: Robichaud: Pesta over Erokhin Rodney: Erokhin over Pesta Robichaud: Beal over Seery Rodney: Beal over Seery Wholesale Hoodies NFL Shirts Outlet Jerseys NFL Wholesale Cheap NFL Jerseys Free Shipping Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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