Serious leg injury hasn't stopped Caulley's comeback
A serious leg injury sustained in 2003 hasn't stopped Connecticut tailback Terry Caulley.
Updated: March 20, 2006, 3:56 PM ETBy Joe Starkey | Special to ESPN.com
- The horrifying pop told Connecticut tailback Terry Caulley that something was very wrong, though he could not have conceived the extent of the devastation.He had no idea that he'd torn two ligaments, including his ACL, detached part of his calf and hamstring and sustained lasting nerve damage in his right leg.Sean Brady/WireImage.comTerry Caulley is hoping to put the injuries behind him in 2006.
He just knew something was very wrong.
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