Nobody to blame for Jason Witten injury

August, 16, 2012

No one is to blame for the lacerated spleen tight end Jason Witten suffered Monday night in the Dallas Cowboys' first preseason game.

Dr. Ralph Parker, one of the DFW's spleen experts, shares his expertise on Cowboys TE Jason Witten's injury. How bad is it? How can it get worse? Ben, Skin and the doc answer all the questions.

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Not Doug Free. Not Tony Romo. And certainly not Jason Garrett. So can we please stop searching for a scapegoat? One doesn't exist.

Witten is the recipient of some awful luck. No more, no less.

By the way, there wasn't a single tweet or Facebook post at the time Witten was hurt that blamed Free, Romo or Garrett after the play or all day Tuesday.

If you didn't blame any of the play's key participants at the time, there's no need to cast aspersions now.

The best you can hope is that after being idle for 7-10 days, doctors will see that Witten's injury is healing properly, and he won't need any surgery.

The best case scenario says Witten will return in 3-4 weeks.

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Jean-Jacques Taylor joined in August 2011. A native of Dallas, Taylor spent the past 20 years writing for The Dallas Morning News, where he covered high schools sports, the Texas Rangers and spent 11 seasons covering the Dallas Cowboys before becoming a general columnist in 2006.



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