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East Texas SOUND OFF: Cheering Injured Players?

On Sunday, Kansas City Chiefs offensive lineman Eric Winston blasted the home fans after he heard them "cheering" for an injured Matt Cassel, the KC quarterback.

Cassel has been a subject of much criticism in Kansas City for his bad play.

But is it o.k. to cheer an injured player?

Eagles fans infamously cheered the injury to Michael Irvin in 1999 (an injury that ended his career).

What do you think?

Would you ever cheer an injured player? On the hometown team? The rival team?

Do you believe the fans (because them pay to watch the games) have the right to cheer and injured player?

Leave your thoughts at the bottom.

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