Injury forces Dolphins' Ricky William...

Injury forces Dolphins' Ricky Williams to miss rest of season

There are 127 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Nov 27, 2007, titled Injury forces Dolphins' Ricky Williams to miss rest of season. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

After nearly two years out of the NFL, it took running back Ricky Williams six carries and less than half a game to halt his comeback Monday night.

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marinofan13

Bloomsburg, PA

#1 Nov 27, 2007
Rushing him back too fast? He got STOMPED on by Timmons. Watch it again, even in s-l-o-w motion. If a fine is not in order, I think "Good-All" is smoking the green stuff.
Miami Dynasty

Glendale, CA

#2 Nov 27, 2007
Ricky looked like he was in great shape. Actually stronger than he did in 2005. He would have still got hurt if was playing all year. I would bring this guy back next year for insurance for Ronnie.
Ray

Salt Lake City, UT

#3 Nov 27, 2007
There is not a player in the entire NFL that could have endured being stomped on by Timmons, period! I'm surprised it's just a torn pectoral muscle. Could have been a lot worse. Someone needs to look into this.

Since: Jan 07

Hoboken, NJ

#4 Nov 27, 2007
There is NO question that it was intentional...

Since: Jan 07

Hoboken, NJ

#5 Nov 27, 2007
The Steelers are known for this kind of stuff...remember what they did to Carson Palmer in the playoffs a few years back...and that was intentional as well.
Finz Fan 4 Life

Athens, IN

#7 Nov 28, 2007
It's not Ricky's fault. You can BLATANTLY see that jerk steps on his back on purpose. I do however sense Karma maybe coming back around to bite Ricky in the rear.
john

Miami, FL

#8 Nov 28, 2007
Good news everyone: NFL is screwing everyone again. No wonder NASCAR is catching up to the NFL. Cable subscribers cut off from NFL's big game
Dallas-Green Bay matchup is on NFL Network, which, thanks to a bitter dispute, isn't offered by most major cable systems. But if you have a satellite dish -- enjoy! It's 1967 all over again.
November 28, 2007
It is late November 2007 and the NFC is hours away from its most important game of its season.
Do you know where your Green Bay Packers and Dallas Cowboys are?
Chances are, they won't be on your home television screen. When the 10-1 Packers play the 10-1 Cowboys at Texas Stadium on Thursday evening, CBS, NBC, Fox and ESPN will be on the inactive list. The game will be carried live nationally only on the NFL Network, which is available in about 35 million households in the U.S.-- most of them DirecTV and Dish Network subscribers.
Because of a bitter stalemate between the NFL and Big Cable over money, the 4-year-old NFL Network remains primarily a satellite-only experience. Such major cable operators as Cablevision, Charter, Comcast and Time Warner have refused the NFL's demand to be paid about 70 cents per subscriber for the NFL Network, which the cable companies consider exorbitant.
That wasn't a big deal until the league decided in 2006 to hand the NFL Network eight prime-time games each season.
dolphin donnie of na

AOL

#9 Nov 28, 2007
man o man alive this season just cannot get any wearse,everything has just gone to shyt what next td our mascot goes down witha torn acl?never thought id live to see this day,kind of like a conspiricy against anything miami dolphins
eve

AOL

#10 Nov 28, 2007
It looked like that pittsburgh steeler player stepped on ricky intentionally & I dont know why he did not get a penalty & why he was'nt fined. did'nt anyone else notice this?
Felix

New Orleans, LA

#11 Nov 28, 2007
Through the eyes of humiliated fans it must be the opponents fault, those barbarians! It's not like RW was in the way or anything and football is a low-contact sport. How about we charge the Steeler with assault? Would that make you feel better? That is all this is about - your pathetic dolfan feelings.

Run Ricky run! Hahahahahahahahahaha.
Ray

Hollywood, FL

#12 Nov 28, 2007
Why hasn't Lorenzo Booker played???
ThrownOverboard

Pompano Beach, FL

#13 Nov 28, 2007
Time for more herbal rehab.
Or do a quick cameo in TNA Wrestling like Pacman did.

Ya Mon.
Helio

Delray Beach, FL

#14 Nov 28, 2007
The most ironic, hysterical thing I have ever heard.
Michael Alexander

New York, NY

#15 Nov 28, 2007
Ray wrote:
Why hasn't Lorenzo Booker played???
Good question??? If anyone knows why please reply! If Cam thinks he is to slight of build to handle the blitzing LBs. Why was he drafted in an early round #71 overall? The scouting reports say that he has great speed and hands. Perhaps Cameron should try him as a receiver.
sam

Delray Beach, FL

#16 Nov 28, 2007
ha ha ha. oh come on.
cry babies.
you knew he was only going to play for a second. its the only way he can get out of repaying the money hes already spent on a lifetime supply of weed.
for you all to blame someone else is so childish. watch the replay. they guy was chasing after a lose ball. if it were reversed, you all would see it differently. when you are chasing a ball on a monsoon soaked field you cant accurately place your balerina feet.
too many of you losers "counted" on the pot head to save your team. somehow that really sends a message to our youth. be a pot head and the dolphin fans will admire and love you. after all they have no one else to admire.
matt

Delray Beach, FL

#17 Nov 28, 2007
i agree !! cry babies and pot head. i totally agree. and i must repeat my original words of truth.

ricky williams
puffs up the middle
for another
miami dolphin
2 yard loss
STEELER FAN

Hollywood, FL

#18 Nov 28, 2007
eve wrote:
It looked like that pittsburgh steeler player stepped on ricky intentionally & I dont know why he did not get a penalty & why he was'nt fined. did'nt anyone else notice this?
What's with all this whining? In the rush to recover a fumbled ball, NO player is looking to avoid contact with another player. If you're looking for courtesy on the field when a fumble occurs, then you are truly in fantasy land! Or, should I say, a Dolphins' fan. Football is a man's sport...unlike ice skating, ballet, etc. With expectations of courtesy during a fumble is what you expect, then no wonder the "Dolflubs" are 0-11! Next time tell Ricky to put a skirt on a stick to be a cheerleader on the sidelines so he won't get hurt!
MOJO

Miami, FL

#19 Nov 28, 2007
BOY DID I CALL IT A FEW WEEKS AGO.I SAID WATCH THIS GUY PLAY AND GET INJURED.TIME FOR THE DOLPHINS TO RELEASE RICKY.WHAT A WASTE OF TALENT AND MONEY...
don shula 1972

Port Orange, FL

#20 Nov 28, 2007
Ray wrote:
Why hasn't Lorenzo Booker played???
Shhhh....He's our secret weapon
Max Power

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#22 Nov 28, 2007
Well what else do ya have up your sleave "Scam Cameron" that one did'nt work to well. Whatta Joke!

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