They'll go to great pains to play
Injured players will do whatever it takes to get back on the field for the Super Bowl
MIAMI -- Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward sensed trouble as soon as the second quarter started in Super Bowl XLIII. Up to that point, he had relied on adrenaline and painkillers to aid his sprained right knee, but now, neither of those options was helping his cause. His joint throbbed. He grimaced after every play. Ward also knew the upcoming 30-minute halftime session would only make his knee stiffen more.
But Ward never thought about sitting out the remainder of the ...
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