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T.J. Ward: Low for hitting low? [Commentary]
T.J. Ward: Low for hitting low? [Commentary]

Three Sundays ago, during the New England Patriots' football game against the Cleveland Browns, the collective heart of Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., stopped: In the middle of the third quarter, after tight end Rob Gronkowski caught a pass for twenty-one yards, Cleveland defender T.J. Ward dove in an attempt to bring Mr. Gronkowski down. Mr. Ward's helmet subsequently hit Mr. Gronkowski's knee, leading Mr. Gronkowski, once down, to clutch his knee in agony — it was immediately obvious that he was injured. The public later found out that Mr. Gronkowski had injured his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) as well as his medial collateral ligament (MCL). ACL injuries...

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