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The list of talents on the Patriots roster is a long one. It seems after Sunday’s game against Miami, we can include acrobatics on cornerback Kyle Arrington’s resume. After a blocked field goal by Jamie Collins, Arrington scooped the ball and raced 62 yards to the end zone. Upon reaching the goal line, a little somersaulting action took place in celebration of a great special teams play.

Later in the second quarter, Arrington injured his right leg and did not return to the game. After the play, he remained on the ground but shortly after, walked back to the sideline to stretch his hamstring with medical staff. Although it seemed Arrington was moving around better, he was ultimately ruled out after halftime.

According to a source via Boston Herald, Arrington’s hamstring injury is not serious but an MRI will still be taken to confirm and for standard operating procedure purposes. Both Arrington and the Patriots expect results to come back in their favor.

Photo via Boston Herald
With such a spectacular performance Sunday, it is to be expected for celebrations and aggressive play. From Arrington and his front flips to Brady taking the hit over sliding, it’s hard not to feel like a mother worrying about her children getting hurt. We’ll look for Arrington to get back in action with fellow star defense players Darrelle Revis and Brandon Browner in the last two games of the regular season.

Sigh, it’s a great day to be Patriots fan!

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Hillary Daldoss 12/15/2014 07:32:00 PM Edit

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