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Hagler's Hurt: Part One

LB Tyjuan Hagler (Andy Lyons/Getty)

The Colts have soldiered their way through more devastating injuries than the one recently suffered by Tyjuan Hagler, but his torn pectoral muscle does complicate and comprise things on a linebacking corps that was already strapped for depth. How severe is the injury and how big is the loss? Brad Keller breaks it down.

Although Hagler had the inside track on the starting job heading into the 2008 season, it was still undecided as to whether he would start on the strong side or the weak side — since he switched back and forth in 2007 — and he certainly did not have as much job security as fellow linebackers Freddy Keiaho and Gary Brackett. This is not to say that the Colts had any doubts about Hagler, but the... Recommended Stories

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