If you're not from New England you may not know who David Givens is. David Givens is the Patriots' career leader in postseason touchdown catches with seven. After a career in New England where it is said that he became a good receiver only because Tom Brady was his QB, he left the Patriots and joined the Titans in March of 2006.
Now, Givens hurt his knee on Nov. 12, 2006, in a game against Baltimore and has filed a lawsuit against the Titans for $25M claiming the Titans knew about the damage in the knee and let him play while he was hurt.
David Givens claims he was "kept in the dark about his condition" and team officials urged him to keep playing.
Givens' attorney, Dan Warlick, said his client is disappointed and felt his injury could have been prevented.
"He tries to stay upbeat, but this guy ... was at the top of his game," Warlick said.
Givens caught 158 receptions for 2,214 yards and 12 touchdowns in four years with New England, where he won two Super Bowl rings.
Source: NFL Fox