Rashad Johnson loses part of finger
By Josh Weinfuss
NEW ORLEANS -- Arizona Cardinals safety Rashad Johnson said Monday that he lost the top of his left middle finger just above the knuckle during Sunday's loss to the New Orleans Saints.
Rashad Johnson prepares to tackle the Saints' Jimmy Graham Sunday. The Cardinals safety lost the top part of his left middle finger on another play during the game.
Johnson realized the significance of the injury when he pulled his hand out of his glove and the tip was still in it.
He underwent surgery Sunday night. Doctors removed Johnson's nail and shaved the bone down on his finger to prevent infection. There are no plans to re-attach the finger, which will take a few weeks to heal.
Johnson believes the injury occurred just before halftime during a punt return by the Saints' Darren Sproles. He is unsure how it happened and will watch game film Monday to get a better idea
Johnson realized he was hurt when he looked down and saw blood coming out of his glove.
He was credited with three tackles in the Cardinals' 31-7 loss.
how does this happen without having frostbite or something?
That's so gross he didn't even know how it happened