Sean Murphy-Bunting Had the First Gruesome Injury of the NFL Season

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Playing football can be a dangerous game, especially for loose limbs. If the NFL season has taught us anything, it’s expect some gruesome injuries. The first gruesome injury of the season belongs to Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Sean Murphy-Bunting. Murphy Bunting appears to have dislocated his elbow during a routine play.


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Murphy-Bunting tried his hardest to punch out the ball from Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb’s hands, and it didn’t work out as planned. Bunting’s arm got trapped under his teammate as he made the hit on CeeDee Lamb.

You can see his arm just looked wrong.

Watch below:

Yea that doesn’t look right:

Welcome to week 1 game 1. Unfortunately there’s going to be a handful more of these as the season progresses, we’ll try to post as many as possible.


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