A2.com has the story of how during Thursday's practice one of Devin Gardner's passes broke Troy Woolfolk's right pinky finger with the bone piercing the skin.
The garrulous Woolfolk goes on to explain how his on field persona, "T-Wolf", was unaffected by the gruesomeness:
"I’m going to introduce you all to something," Woolfolk said. "Y’all know me, myself, Troy, but I have a split personality named T-Wolf. When I’m on the field, T-Wolf comes out. T-Wolf doesn’t know how to cry, that’s only a trait that Troy does. Right now, this is Troy. T-Wolf, he’s crazy and I can’t bring him out all the time, I only let him come out on the field. T-Wolf doesn’t have that ability to cry, so that would never happen."
"If it would have happened to Troy, he would have cried, I’m not going to lie. Troy would have cried," Woolfolk said. "You can ask the people. I was mad because they were rushing up to me trying to touch it, and I don’t want nobody to touch my bone sticking out. I was about to punch them with my other hand, but I had to calm T-Wolf down."