Patriots CB Randall Gay returns after leaving Super Bowl with arm injury Print
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Sunday, 03 February 2008 15:38
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 GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) -New England cornerback Randall Gay returned to the Super Bowl in the second quarter after injuring his left arm early in the first quarter against the New York Giants on Sunday.
Gay was attempting a tackle on New York's Steve Smith when teammate Rodney Harrison knocked into him hard. Harrison made the tackle on Smith, who had an 8-yard catch on third-and-6 to keep an early drive by the Giants alive. Both Gay and Harrison were injured on the play and examined by trainers on the Patriots' sideline.
Harrison returned to the game after one play, but Gay was escorted off the field while he cradled his left arm.
Gay came back late in the first half, and broke up a deep pass by Eli Manning to Smith with 2 minutes left.
eek 17 because of a shoulder injury, was replaced by Russ Hochstein.
 

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