Saturday, April 26, 2014

Colorado State quarterback requires surgery after injuring himself moving a couch

Garrett Grayson couch injury

Moving a couch has never been more dangerous than it was for Colorado State Rams quarterback Garrett Grayson on Friday.

Apparently, the signal caller suffered a freak injury while hoisting the piece of furniture in the air. The injury is so severe that it will require Grayson to undergo surgery.

From the Denver Post:

Garrett injured his clavicle this morning while moving a couch,” coach Jim McElwain said in a news release. “The good news is that it is on his nonthrowing side, and he’ll be back in action by the time we start our summer strength and conditioning program in June.”

The fact that Grayson isn't expected to miss much time is certainly good news for Colorado State. The senior-to-be racked up a school record 3,696 passing yards for the Rams last season. So it seems as if the only thing that can stop Grayson is a two-seat sofa.

Via The Big Lead (Photo: USA TODAY)

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