University of Texas coach Mack Brown told reporters Wednesday, July 28, that Baltimore Ravens rookie linebacker Sergio Kindle (head) may have fallen down two flights of stairs due to narcolepsy, reports NationalFootballPost.com’s Aaron Wilson, citing OrangeBloods.com.  There were reports prior to the 2010 NFL Draft that Kindle suffers from narcolepsy and attention deficit disorder (ADD).  Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome and director of college scouting Eric DeCosta appeared amused when asked about the reports.  DeCosta added, “If it was a concern, we probably wouldn’t have drafted him.”

Franek’s Take:
This situation is anything but amusing for the Ravens.  Kindle, the first pick for the Ravens (taken 43rd overall), was supposed to add youth to an aging linebacker corps (mainly Ray Lewis and Terrell Suggs).  That notion will have to be put on hold after Kindle fractured his skull during his fall and his recovery time is

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