Reggie Bullock said if he didn’t get his severe leg contusion treated immediately last season, he could have faced amputation.
Now the senior East Carolina running back is on two legs again and is ready to shed the painful physical and mental memories of a season spent on the mend.
“It was horrible pain. I had to bend my knee every day and it was tough. It was a rare injury,” Bullock said of the deep left thigh bruise, which he said worsened quickly by trying to continue playing on it, adding extreme pressure to the injured part of his leg. “I thought I was going to be done because my muscle was cut all open. If I didn’t take care of it right after the game I would have gotten my leg cut off.”
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