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Sport Look: NFL World Is Praying For Longtime Colts Player

22:32  07 december  2022
22:32  07 december  2022 Source:   msn.com

49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo breaks record once held by Joe Montana, Colin Kaepernick

  49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo breaks record once held by Joe Montana, Colin Kaepernick According to Grant Gordon of the league's website, NFL Research pointed out that the 49ers are now 14-0 when Garoppolo doesn't throw an interception during a game. That's a new record for San Francisco quarterbacks and breaks a team mark once shared by Hall of Famer Joe Montana and Colin Kaepernick. Garoppolo completed 20-of-29 pass attempts for 228 yards with four touchdowns and no picks against Arizona en route to leading San Francisco to a third-straight victory. The 6-4 49ers next host the 4-7 New Orleans Saints this coming Sunday.

INDIANAOPLIS, IN - DECEMBER 30: A general view from the end zone as the Indianapolis Colts take on the Houston Texans at Lucas Oil Stadium on December 30, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Colts defeated the Texans 28-16. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) © Provided by The Spun INDIANAOPLIS, IN - DECEMBER 30: A general view from the end zone as the Indianapolis Colts take on the Houston Texans at Lucas Oil Stadium on December 30, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Colts defeated the Texans 28-16. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

In a recent feature published by The Athletic, former NFL linebacker Jeff Herrod provided an update on his health.

Herrod, who played in the NFL from 1988 to 1999, is constantly dealing with migraines. He rarely takes off his sunglasses because the light makes his headache even worse than it already is.

The physical toll that Herrod's body took is evident just by looking at his hands. However, the real issue is the head trauma that he suffered in the NFL.

Watch: Brian Daboll loses his mind after penalty against Giants

  Watch: Brian Daboll loses his mind after penalty against Giants The Giants got the ball after stopping Dallas on a 4th-and-2 play in the first quarter. A few plays later, the Giants threw what appeared to be a 24-yard touchdown pass from Daniel Jones to Isaiah Hodgins. The touchdown was nullified though by an illegal man downfield. After being called for the penalty, Daboll went nuts on the officials. Look at Daboll man pic.twitter.com/kciNSqHOw8 — GC (@gc_rmcf) November 24, 2022 We’ve never seen Daboll so heated!The Giants got pushed back another 10 yards after an intentional grounding penalty, but Graham Gano impressively nailed a 57-yard field goal to make it 3-0.You don’t want to be on Daboll’s bad side.

"Take care of your brain or you’ll be in the house all day like me, staring at a wall, popping pills, trying to motivate yourself just to live," Herrod said.

Football fans are understandably concerned about Herrod's health.

"Omg I met him last week in Wesley Chapel Fl and he was the nicest man," one person said. "The players all deserve better treatment from their organizations."

"Heartbreaking," another person wrote. "I really hope people see this and that Jeff Herrod realizes the gift that he is giving others by opening up and sharing his story. Brave and real."

Hopefully, Herrod's message to today's generation of players will help them avoid a similar scenario.

Why the Colts are starting QB Nick Foles over Matt Ryan .
The Indianapolis Colts made another quarterback change this week as Nick Foles will start the Week 16 prime-time game against the Los Angeles Chargers, replacing Matt Ryan. This is the second time Ryan has been benched this season. It first happened in Week 8 when former head coach Frank Reich named Sam Ehlinger the start for two games before he was fired. Now, interim head coach Jeff Saturday told the media Wednesday that Foles is expected to be the starter for the final three games of the season, replacing Ryan, who took back the job after Reich was fired.

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