Dec 21, 2013; Albuquerque, NM, USA; Colorado State Rams quarterback Garrett Grayson (18) throws a pass in the second half against the Washington State Cougars during the Gildan New Mexico Bowl at University Stadium. The Rams defeated the Cougars 48-45. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Colorado State Rams QB Garrett Grayson injured while moving couch

Big nasty defensive linemen, potential spears to the ribs, concussions and exploding knee are all things that quarterbacks have to be concerned about when it comes to injuries.

But a couch?

Colorado State Rams quarterback Garrett Grayson found out that the injury hazards aren’t only on the field, as he suffered an injury to his left clavicle while moving a couch, and had to undergo surgery.

According to a release from the team, Grayson’s surgery should not prevent him from participating in summer strength and conditioning workouts.

Grayson — who is a right-handed passer — suffered the injury to his left shoulder, which should be a relief to the Rams, who finished 8-6 in 2013 and beat Washington State 48-45 in last year’s New Mexico Bowl.

Grayson set a single-season passing record at CSU last year with 3,696 yards and tied the school record with 23 touchdown passes.

Note to NCAA: Include extra “moving expenses” in whatever changes you make to stipends made to scholarship players.

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