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Topic - Gene Egdorf
Former Houston Texans punter Brett Hartmann has sued the county agency that operates Reliant Stadium, blaming "unsafe turf" for a possibly career-ending knee injury.
"You have a specific issue about that day," Egdorf said. "But the primary point is that the design they have, with these squares, you've got four seams on every square. Think of how many squares that is on the field. It's just not safe for a professional athlete to be stepping on those _ these big, strong, fast guys who are getting hit, and we see this all the time."
Egdorf says Hartmann tested positive for Adderall, which he took to help with a sleep disorder.