"It's kind of sad," Kubiak told HoustonTexans.com. "Boy, he was playing so well. I've said this before, but I know it's killing him because he was just so excited about what he was doing and what we were doing as a defensive football team. But Mario's going to have a great career. He's going to be fine ... but it's been very difficult on him. Mario's always been a team guy, been a class act."
Published: Oct 14, 2011 at 12:58 AM
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