Phil Taylor likely lost for season, as head coach Pat Shurmur has to start his second year on a sour…
Phil Taylor tore pectoral
"He was weightlifting in the offseason program and it was just one of those things that happens. It's unfortunate. We feel bad for Phil, but he is in good spirits and he is going to come back from this thing stronger than ever." Taylor started every game as a rookie last season after being drafted in the first round out of Baylor.
Shurmur didn't rule out the possibility that Taylor might miss the season.
"Could be, but I don't know that," Shurmur said. "It's too early to say right now in terms of the recovery. Everyone recovers at a different rate. Our guess is that he will be a fast healer, but he will require surgery."
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