With the quarterback race to be continued next fall the debate, much like last year, will go on…
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Sure he could have tried the free agent route and may have caught on with a team looking for a low-cost resolution to O-line reinforcement. It would have taken an emotionally charged and supremely dedicated effort to make it. That may have been more than Munoz had left after suffering five years of setbacks in the form of injuries and surgeries. Apparently, it was more than he was willing to give. He would also have needed some luck to make it in the NFL, every player does, and good fortune was in short supply for Munoz at Tennessee. He started from game one of the 2000 season and was named freshman all-American, but then sat out the entire second season following surgery to repair a genetic defect in his knees. He had problems with ankles, knees and shoulders the next three seasons, sitting out stretches and playing others in a diminished state. His career came to an ignoble end with a shoulder injury in the first half of the 200...
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