Report: Moore had LCS symptoms long before Chiefs game

There's apparently much more to the Rahim Moore story that we haven't heard. Here's what Vic Lombardi had to say earlier today (11/19 hour 2) on 104.3:

Listen to what I'm saying here. Listen to these words--there is more to this story. There is more to this story, and depending on how quickly it gets out there, it could get ugly, cause Rahim Moore was feeling pressure and pain in that lower leg area all week. It didn't happen in game time. It didn't just occur.  He didn't show up Sunday night, dancing around, feeling healthy, and suddenly the leg gets banged. He was feeling that all week. Some people knew about it...

Lombardi continued:

...I don't know if he went to the trainer...he may have kept it to himself. All I know is this: fact, five days before the game, Rahim Moore complained of swelling and pressure in his lower leg. Five days. Did not know what it was. Played through it. One specific play, couldn't even push off. The pain was so mind blowing, and it was numbing at that point, [he] had to take himself off the field. Nobody diagnosed the situation, until later that night, when he took himself to the hospital. This guy could have died, could have lost a leg.

While it would be irresponsible to suggest that the Broncos are somehow negligent in their response to Rahim Moore's symptoms, one thing is quite clear: someone missed something.

I’m glad we had this talk.  Now, vaya con Dios, Brah.

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