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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. - Minnesota Vikings quarterback Matt Cassel will miss the season with broken bones in his left foot, and right guard Brandon Fusco will also be out for the rest of the year because of a pectoral muscle injury.The Vikings placed Cassel and Fusco on injured reserve Wednesday. Both players were hurt Sunday at New Orleans.You work so hard in the off-season to give yourself an opportunity to go out there and play, and then to have it happen this early in the season, especially with the belief that I have in this team, the thoughts of going on and having a lot of success this year, and for it to happen this early is super devastating to me, Cassel said.At the same time, now all your focus goes into your rehab and getting better and trying to get back on the field.Teams have the option of placing one player on injured reserve with the intent to bring him back to practice after six weeks and to play in games after eight, but they saved that designation for now.Cassel was replaced by rookie Teddy Bridgewater, and Christian Ponder will be the backup moving forward. Vladimir Ducasse filled in for Fusco.Coach Mike Zimmer said the team considered using that designation for tight end Kyle Rudolph, who had surgery to repair a sports hernia on Tuesday.But the initial prognosis after surgery is a little more promising and Zimmer said the team believes Rudolph could be ready to go sooner than the eight weeks he would be required if he was on injured reserve.Were anticipating that its not going to be that long, Zimmer said.Quarterback McLeod Bethel-Thompson and tight end Ryan Otten were signed to the practice squad. Tight end Chase Ford and offensive lineman Austin Wentworth were elevated from the practice squad to the active roster.Linebacker Chad Greenway also played in New Orleans with a broken left hand and aggravated a rib injury during the game. His status for this Sunday against Atlanta is uncertain, meaning the Vikings could be without five starters from their lineup in the season opener.Running back Adrian Peterson remains on paid leave while a child abuse charge against him in Texas is pending.Cassel was re-signed to start in front of Bridgewater, and now the first-round draft pick from Louisville has had his development accelerated. The 32-year-old Cassel completed 41 of 71 passes for three touchdowns and four interceptions and 425 yards in three games.I think Teddy will do a tremendous job for us and hopefully I can help him in a mentoring position and be able to help guide him and bring him along, Cassel said.___Online:AP NFL websites: http://www.pro32.ap.org and http://www.twitter.com/AP_NFL Larry Fitzgerald Jersey . Jamies number grades given are out of five, with five being the best mark. 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Clark hit his first homer, Wily Peralta pitched into the seventh inning, and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Miami Marlins 4-1 Wednesday night.While the issue of fighting in hockey continues to be debated across the country and around the National Hockey League, Calgary Flames president of hockey operations Brian Burke offered his opinion as a guest columnist for USA Today this week. In his various tenures as an NHL general manager, Burke made it clear that his formula for winning involves a combination of skilled players and tough customers. When his Anaheim Ducks won the Stanley Cup in 2007, the team led the league in fighting majors. And that was echoed in his written piece saying he supports fighting in hockey along with his concerns if policing the game in that manner is ever eliminated. "Reduced to its simplest truth, fighting is one of the mechanisms that regulates the level of violence in our game," wrote Burke in USA Today. "Players who break the rules are held accountable by other players. The instigator rule has reduced accountability. Eliminating fighting would render it extinct." Burke went another step further in surmising that fighting makes the game safer. "Our game is improved tremendously by players ability to police the game," he added. &"It makes it more exciting and honourable.dddddddddddd. It allows skill players to focus on the skilled aspects of the game because someone else can watch their back. And it fundamentally makes our game safer." Burke added that there are three levels of protection for players in the current NHL with the leagues Department of Player Safety as the last level, the on-ice officials as the second level and peer accountability as the first and longest standing. "This was the first level of protection when we opened our doors more than 100 years ago. It still is. And that is as it should be," he wrote. "The first line of defense against players crossing the line is players." However, the long-time NHL executive did provide two premises about the reduction of fighting and the legitimate safety concerns that go with it. "First, the role and amount of fighting in hockey has been systematically reduced over the last 20 years. Thats a good thing," added Burke. "Second, a guy like me who supports fighting is not saying to ignore the medical consequences. I care deeply about my players." 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