- Dec 8, 1998
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Drew Brees and Carson Palmer have a lot in common. Both suffered major injuries in their last game last season, and both have come back playing as solid as ever this season.
By Mike Triplett
One quarterback messed up his shoulder, the other tore up his knee, but the rest of their stories are remarkably similar -- and impressive.
They are modern medical marvels, Drew Brees and Carson Palmer.
The Saints' Brees tore the labrum in his right throwing shoulder in last season's regular-season finale as a member of the San Diego Chargers on Dec. 31. The Cincinnati Bengals' Palmer tore the anterior cruciate ligament and medial collateral ligament in his left knee in a playoff game Jan. 7 against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
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