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Chad Pennington suffers arm injury on second play of Dolphins-Titans game

By Cindy Boren

Chad Pennington, starting for the first time at quarterback since Week 3 of last season, was knocked out of the Miami Dolphins' game against the Tennessee Titans on his second play.

Pennington hurt his right arm when he hit his left tackle Jake Long. Titans defensive end Dave Ball pushed Pennington into Long and Pennington's arm hit Long's back. The Dolphins say Pennington's return today is questionable.

Chad Penne replaced Pennington and completed the drive, leading the Dolphins to a touchdown.

By Cindy Boren  | November 14, 2010; 1:33 PM ET
Categories:  NFL  
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