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Lockout Creating Paradox for Injured Players

DE Ty Warren (T. Hauck/Getty)

Coaches haven't been able to keep a close eye on the rehab of their players, but others who aren't ready to hit the field yet stand to benefit from the lack of offseason programs.

Last month, the hip injury that sidelined New England standout defensive end Ty Warren for the entire 2010 season was sufficiently rehabilitated to allow him to collect the diploma from Texas A&M he had years ago promised family members he would earn. Whether the surgically repaired labrum permits the seven-year veteran defender to chase down quarterbacks and ballcarriers to any degree for the...

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