Al Harris, star cornerback for the Green Bay Packers, left Sunday's game with the Cowboys due to cramping and blood in his urine.
You know what caused that?
Granted it's unconfirmed yet but the injury fits the symptoms perfectly.
Harris' had his spleen ruptured.
Yes, his SPLEEN!
That's a new one on me! I've seen hernias, I've seen torn abdominal walls and internal bruising and such but that's the first time I heard of a spleen being ruptured.
If that is the case, he needs surgery that is very invasive because they have to cut open his abdominal wall. That's 4-6 weeks of healing and then he likely will have to take it easy the rest of the season. He's probably out for the rest of the season.