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CLEVELAND -- Grady Sizemore will start the season in a familiar spot -- on the disabled list. The oft-injured Cleveland Indians outfielder is expected to miss eight to 12 weeks with a back injury, the latest medical setback for a three-time All-Star who once appeared to have a sensational career ahead of him. The team said Sizemore underwent a "minimally invasive" lower back procedure Thursday in Miami. He required a micro discectomy that was performed by Dr. Barth Green of the University of Miami School of Medicine. "Gradys obviously frustrated," general manager Chris Antonetti said in comments posted on "He wants more than anything to be out on the field contributing and helping the team win. This is a setback in his timetable for doing that, but I think he understands that, if he sees this process through and doesnt have setbacks along the way, he can still contribute for the majority of the season." Sizemore, who re-signed with the Indians in the off-season, will return to spring training in Arizona "in the coming days" to further his rehabilitation, the club said. "It will be an extensive rehab process," Antonetti said. "But we still are hopeful we will get him back for the bulk of the season." Sizemore was limited to 71 games last year, hitting .224 with 10 home runs, 32 RBIs and 34 runs scored. Hoping to bounce back with a healthy season, he was injured while fielding ground balls early in spring training. Before that, Indians trainer Lonnie Soloff said Sizemore had been doing well in his rehab from knee surgery and appeared on track to possibly begin the season on time. "I feel bad for him," manager Manny Acta said. "Obviously, it seems like he cant catch a break over the last couple of years." Cleveland re-signed Sizemore as a free agent in November after choosing not to exercise a $9 million option on him. But the Indians, perhaps out of some loyalty to Sizemore, decided to bring him back with a one-year, $5 million contract loaded with incentives that could have earned him an additional $4 million. Sizemore has undergone five operations the past two years and played in only 210 games the last three seasons because of injuries. His full-speed-ahead style may have caught up with the 29-year-old, who once played in 382 consecutive games and endeared himself to Cleveland fans with hustle that could turn a double into a triple or save an extra-base hit with a crash into the outfield wall to make a catch. Sizemore also started last season on the disabled list. He made three trips to the DL and underwent right knee surgery on Oct. 3, just days after his season ended without a stolen base for the first time in his career. With Sizemore sidelined, the Indians will likely move Michael Brantley from left field to centre. Shelley Duncan, Aaron Cunningham, Ryan Spilborghs and Felix Pie are among the teams options in left. "Theres going to be plenty of at-bats to have out there," Acta said. "You might not have seen it as a big deal during the off-season, but now it looks pretty big when you have a full bag of guys like that who have been in the big leagues the last few years and have experience." The Indians, ravaged by injuries last season, have 12 other outfielders in camp. Cleveland opened last season 30-15 and played well in long stretches without Sizemore so theres reason to believe it can compete again. "Our scouts will continue to be out there evaluating other camps," Antonetti said. "Were always looking for ways to improve the roster, but we feel good about some of the guys that we already have in camp, and were looking forward to seeing some of them compete. "But, part of our responsibility is to make sure we understand who the alternatives are and if we have an opportunity to acquire them, and improve our roster, well certainly look to do that." Matt Schaub Falcons Jersey. -- San Francisco 49ers cornerback Chris Culliver has been arrested on suspicion of felony hit and run and reckless driving after he drove a car into a bicyclist and fled, police said. Paul Worrilow Jersey.cas Heisman Watch, Johnny Football took advantage of Marcus Mariotas bye week out west to separate himself from the pack a little with a monster performance in Week 10, albeit against a weak opponent. sat down with two Blue Jays veterans to get their thoughts on the August collapse. LaRoy Reynolds Jersey. LOUIS -- Billy Hamilton had three hits and his first two steals, and scored easily after tagging up on a shallow outfield pop fly to support a strong outing from Mike Leake in the Cincinnati Reds 4-0 victory over the St. Levine Toilolo Falcons Jersey. They presumably didnt want to make a mess of the court where he was essentially a coach between the lines for the Mavericks when they won the franchises only title in 2011.DAVIE, Fla. -- Ryan Tannehill is playing lately like a quarterback under duress, which he is. During the Miami Dolphins three-game losing streak, Tannehill has been sacked 12 times and committed seven turnovers. Tannehill ranks fourth in the NFL with 11 turnovers, including three that made a difference of at least 13 points in the Dolphins 23-21 loss last week to the Buffalo Bills. Tannehill has been sacked a league-high 26 times, and he was limited in practice Wednesday because of a sore right shoulder. Pass-protection problems prompted Miami to trade this week for tackle Bryant McKinnie. But Dolphins coaches acknowledge Tannehills choice of targets has also contributed to a flurry of interceptions. "The decision-making has to improve," coach Joe Philbin said. "And our protection at times has to improve." Cutting down on turnovers and sacks will be the top priorities Sunday when Miami (3-3) plays at New England (5-2). Tannehill is throwing interceptions at a faster rate than a rookie than last year, when he finished with 13. Even so, Patriots coach Bill Belichick said, Tannehill has showed improvement in his second NFL season. "It looks like hes much better at seeing the field and using all of his players in the passing game, whereas last year I think there were times where it seemed like he was more locked into either one side or one guy," Belichick said. "Now I think his vision has definitely improved, as has his accuracy, particularly on the outside throws." But Tannehill is tied for second in the league with four lost fumbled, and tied for sixth with seven interceptions. By comparison, two other members of the banner rookie QB class of 2012, Andrew Luck and Russell Wilson, have thrown seven interceptions combined. "He needs to do a better job," Philbin said. Tannehill said each interception is an education. "Its definitely something Ill continue to work on," he said. "You have to learn from a good play or bad play. Turnovers or interceptions you overanalyze and get as much of it as you can." Tannehill is the only Miami player with a turnover this season, but his giveaways leave the Dolphinss at minus-one in turnover differential, a category Philbin listed as the teams No.dddddddddddd 1 priority during training camp. "Were killing ourselves right now," guard Richie Incognito said. "Turnovers, sacks, thats stuff that we can eliminate. Thats stuff that we can control. Thats the most frustrating part." Tannehill threw a career-high three touchdown passes Sunday and wasnt sacked until the fourth quarter. But with the game on the line, the Dolphins pass protection again crumbled, and one disastrous play served as a symbol for their recent slide. With Miami leading 21-20, Tannehill tried to throw from midfield but fumbled when hit by Mario Williams. The Bills recovered to set up their winning field goal in the final minute. Tannehill said that as he was hit, receiver Brian Hartline was breaking into the clear. "He was going to come open right when I was letting it go. It was that close," Tannehill said. "If we have another half-second, no one is talking about this." Williams used a power rush to beat tackle Tyson Clabo, who took the blame for the play. Tannehill said the timing and ferocity of Williams hit made the turnover difficult to avoid. "You dont want to fumble the ball, but Im in the middle of my throwing motion, so its tough," he said. Offensive co-ordinator Mike Sherman agreed. "He had no chance of getting out of that," Sherman said. "It happened rather quickly." Tannehill seemed intent on getting rid of the ball quickly Sunday, and he made poor decisions on both interceptions. The first occurred when Nickell Robey jumped a short route and stepped in front of Brandon Gibson for a 19-yard touchdown return. It was a play the Dolphins apparently have called too often. "Ive seen it, and I jumped it," said Robey, a rookie backup. "It was on film plenty of times." Sherman predicted Tannehill will shake off his turnovers, and the pounding hes taking from opposing pass rushes. "Hes very resilient physically and mentally," Sherman said. "I think that is what is going to make him a very good quarterback in this league." Wholesale Jerseys  Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Authentic Jerseys From China Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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