Texans Lose Earl For Season

Safety Glenn Earl will miss the entire 2007 season for the Texans with a lis-franc injury.  EarlHead coach Gary Kubiak said the Notre Dame product will have surgery tomorrow.  “He (Earl) does have the lis-franc injury,” said Houston head coach Gary Kubiak. “He’ll have surgery on Tuesday. The recovery on this: nine to twelve months, so Glenn’s season is done. He will go on injured reserve. Glenn was having a fine camp and he’s a big part of this football team so that’s a big blow to this football team. He definitely will be out for the season.”  Earl is expected to go through nine-to-twelve months of rehabilitation.  He’s spent three seasons in Houston and has 153 career tackles, three picks and two sacks.  He played in 15 games last season, registering 74 total tackles, two sacks and an interception.


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