|Yuck. But he's going to be fine.|
Noel has a 10 million dollar insurance policy in place in case he suffers a career ending injury. Allegedly it cost him somewhere in the rage of $40,000-$60,000 to take out. If this is true, it means Lloyd's of London (the insurance company he used) must have calculated the odds of Noel suffering such an injury to be no better than roughly 200-1. They actually probably figure them to be much worse than that, considering that they are in fact a business intended to make money, not just break even. Regardless, it definitely helps support my argument that career ending injuries are becoming a thing of the past. As gruesome as Noel's knee looks in the picture, he is expected to make a full recovery.