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Lions Calvin Johnson broke receiving record playing through broken fingers

Calvin Johnson broke receiving record playing through broken fingers

Posted by Michael David Smith on February 21, 2013, 12:21 PM EST



Lions receiver Calvin Johnson broke the NFL record for receiving yards in a season in 2012. And that was even harder than previously known.

Johnson played with at least two broken fingers most of the season and is still being seen around Detroit with his hand wrapped, Chris McCosky of the Detroit News reports.

Although Johnson was banged up a lot last season, the fingers werenít among the injuries the Lions listed on their official injury report. Johnson frequently missed practice with knee and ankle injuries and also said at one point during the season that he had suffered a concussion and nerve damage, although he later backtracked on that claim, after questions began to be raised about why the Lionsí medical staff cleared Johnson to return to the game in which he allegedly suffered that concussion.
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