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Chad Pennington Not Sure if He's Coming Back ...Ever

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Chad Pennington has already worked his way back from throwing arm injuries twice in his career, and he's not sure if he can do it for a third time.


According to the Associated Press, Pennington has finished the first phase of rehabilitation, but may wait until as late as March to decide if he'll continue his career.

Meanwhile, The Sun-Sentinel reports that Coach Tony Sparano will hold firm on his ban on having any injured players, including Pennington, present on the sideline. That despite the fact Pennington continues to be involved in game week preparation. 

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