Colorado State Quarterback Hurt While Moving Couch
If you've ever helped a friend move a couch, you're probably aware of the immutable law of the universe that says no couch can be moved without something going awry. If you don't believe me, you're either a) the person who always volunteers to help move the lightweight boxes of fragile items (and I hate you) or b) unfamiliar with the story of Colorado State Rams quarterback Garrett Grayson.
The 6-foot-2, 220-pound Grayson, not exactly a man small of stature, injured his left clavicle Friday while, yes, attempting to move a couch.
At least he has a sense of humor about the incident:
Thank u everyone for the support, it really does mean a lot. Just a minor set back, I'll be back and ready to go by June. #couch1 #garrett0
— Garrett Grayson (@gbg_18) April 26, 2014
How many more people must suffer before couches are eradicated? 2016 presidential hopefuls, please make the elimination of couches a top priority. [Denver Post]