November 21, 2007

Mystery Illness Revealed

After a month or more of speculation, Ravens CB Samari Rolle revealed that epilepsy has caused him to miss a few weeks this season.

When initial reports were that Rolle was "unsteady" as a result of medication, the official doctor of ECB, Ralph Lebron, M.D., and J-Red conferred and decided that an anti-seizure medication was the most likely culprit. The most commonly prescribed of these medications, Dilantin, must be titrated and can lead to feelings of vertigo until the proper dose is achieved.

Turns out we were right. Kudos to the organization and to the Baltimore Sun for knowing the identity of the illness and refusing to disclose it out of respect to Samari.

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