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“Like I said, you need to keep it bandaged until it's fully healed.”
“I nicked it shaving.”
“Ah, I pulled my hamstring.”
“You seem to have a hairline fracture in one of the minor bones in your foot.”
“The question is whether his leg is fully recovered.”
“Meyerson suffered a major knee injury last year that took him out of the game for most of the season.”
“That looks serious.”
“You should put some stuff on it to keep it from getting infected, don't you think?”
“No, it's just a scratch.”
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