Rumor: Bryan Mone Broken Leg and Possibly Out for Year

Submitted by poppinfresh on August 12th, 2015 at 4:16 PM

Rumors about... can anyone confirm?

 

Edit: Webb saying its an Ankle, whether or not its season/redshirt TBD

Comments

Mocha Cub

August 12th, 2015 at 4:19 PM ^

I don't think there's anything out there confirming this yet. It's been up on Scout for a while with no one like Sam or Allen confirming. I don't think anyone knows because...well...submarine mode.

getsome

August 12th, 2015 at 6:14 PM ^

ouch, another 300 pounder prob piled on his leg at a tough angle or someone violently collided with mone to snap his tree trunk-ish femur.

damn, its always a shame to see players injured given all the hard work and sacrifice, but its especially tough when injuries like this occur preseason.  i feel for the kid, ive been there and it truly sucks - busting it all offseason until you and your buddies are all juiced up when camp finally kicks off, only to go down before fully reaping the rewards.  

mone seems like a solid dude though, im sure hell get his mind right, support his boys this year, and come back even stronger next year (provided the rumors are accurate)

DrMantisToboggan

August 12th, 2015 at 4:32 PM ^

He was behind Glasgow, but probably in a 1A/1B situation with the chance to move past him in camp. Henry can play the position, but is probably better as a 1tech in a 4 man front than a 0 (nose) trying to two-gap in a 3 man front. He has all the size and strength to do it, but time is of the essence in terms of learning new positions/techniques and game planning.

LBSS

August 12th, 2015 at 10:10 PM ^

Good night for this activity. The Perseid meteor shower is going to peak around 3-4 AM. You can grab a bottle of whiskey, lie down, watch the shooting stars, and ponder just how small Bryan Mone's femur is on the grand scale of the universe, how fleeting are bone fractures.

It's a lot bigger than your femur, though, to be clear. And not fleeting enough to not suck for this year.

You know, if it's true.