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espn's stuart scott diagnosed with cancer

after all the rumor and speculations surrounding the absence of stuart scott from espn's monday night football there was a press release stating after emergency appendectomy surgery they found cancer..he is supposed to return to the air this friday i know you either love him or hate him personally i find him tolerable,however i've heard he rubs people the wrong way sometimes.

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He's my favorite anchor with ESPN, because his delivery isn't as "hey look at me" like with the other anchors.

BTW: is it true Stuart Scott has a false eye?
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actually i heard that he got hit in the eye by a football while at jets training camp a few years back and had to have cornea surgery
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From Wiki:

Eye injury

In 2002, Scott had been invited to join in the New York Jets pre-season training camp by head coach Herm Edwards. He was struck in the eye by a football that was launched from a machine during receiver drills, and had to undergo corneal surgery.

Illness

According to ESPN, Stuart had an emergency appendectomy in Pittsburgh while covering the Pittsburgh vs. Miami Monday Night Football game, the surgery also discovered a malignancy that required an additional surgery to remove other infected tissue. He returned a month later, and will continue on-air during recommended preventative chemotherapy.
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That's too bad; I actually bump into him frequently in the Avon, CT. area. Come to think of it, he was in front of me in line at Starbucks about 3 weeks ago.

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