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Do you think Leinart never fully recovered from the broken collarbone?

I know, the dead horse has pretty much turned into dust at this point. But I'm wondering if this could have something to do with why Matt Leinart released.

He was good in his rookie year, and he was willing to throw some deep passes, but after the broken collarbone (on his throwing shoulder) it looked like he wasn't throwing downfield as much or as well. Does anyone here think that it never healed correctly, and with Leinart already having only average arm strength it could have taken away some of the arm strength that he had prior to that injury. And maybe after that, Whiz did not know if Leinart had enough left on his arm to throw deep passes, along with the rest of that crap that was going on in the Preseason.

Again, just a quick little question for you guys. Do you think that Leinart ever fully recovered from the injury?

<em>This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Revenge of the Birds' (ROTB) editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of ROTB's editors.</em>

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