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 Post Posted: Thu Aug 29, 2013 7:19 am 
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Sorry if this has been posted before but, what the heck is going on with Robinson? All I hear is a virus. I'm not aware of alot of viruses that can knock a person out for this long. Flu mabye, but i think that would have been stated. Seems kind of fishy to me that it's being kept so secrative or it's something that Robinson fiercly wants to keep under wraps.


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been discussed. He is/was actually sick. Gonna take some time to recoup. I dont know why you think they are being secretive. The mans sick, do you want him to do a press conference about it?

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 Post subject: Re: Robinson's health
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He will be there Week 1, can't imagine him missing that game. Well, I don't WANT to imagine it :(

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 Post subject: Re: Robinson's health
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He will be there Week 1, can't imagine him missing that game. Well, I don't WANT to imagine it :(



It would be great to have him in there. Kuechly (sp?) has been lights out in the pre-season and we need somebody to put a hat on him.


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 Post subject: Re: Robinson's health
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May be mono....


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 Post subject: Re: Robinson's health
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my wife's had a stomach bug for a while now, nothing serious but it's lingering and keeps her from being as active/eating as well as she'd like, going on a 2-3 weeks now; don't really want to see a football player play in some meaningless games if they just aren't 100% when it comes to strength from having a bug like that, that's just asking to be injured.


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Sorry if this has been posted before but, what the heck is going on with Robinson? All I hear is a virus. I'm not aware of alot of viruses that can knock a person out for this long. Flu mabye, but i think that would have been stated. Seems kind of fishy to me that it's being kept so secrative or it's something that Robinson fiercly wants to keep under wraps.


The flu and pneumonia both can. Both are common and can affect your appetite. These guys need to eat a ridiculous amount of calories to maintain bulk. It's not just about keeping him from football, it's keeping him away from fellow players.

I don't really need to hear more about it. Do you really want to know if MRob is vomiting and has explosive diarrhea?

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 Post subject: Re: Robinson's health
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Do you really want to know if MRob is vomiting and has explosive diarrhea?


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The mans sick, do you want him to do a press conference about it?


I'd kinda like to see these two combined.

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 Post subject: Re: Robinson's health
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Bad flu, bronchitis, stomach ailment, mono, and there are probably others that could keep a guy down for multiple weeks. Jeff Byers got Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever while at USC a few years back after getting a tick bite. Fortunately it was during the off season.

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 Post subject: Re: Robinson's health
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And for those that had mono and say not that bad how about this tennis player. He is still not back yet 2 years later - career is basically over......

http://espn.go.com/tennis/story/_/id/86 ... areer-over

it can go real bad with some of these things


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I had C-Difficile and it is "just a bacterial infection" and it caused me to lose 40 pounds within a month and I also had to have surgery. Body went septic. Kidneys were permanently damaged, etc. It almost killed me. All I needed to do was take a two week course of antibiotics, until it came back with a vengeance and put me about 5 minutes from death. That was 14 months ago and my stomach has still not "rebooted". It was "just a little bug" and it almost killed me in the worst of ways. It is dying of dysentery for lack of a better term and it is horrendous. Complete exhaustion, the shakes, a seizure, inability to even keep crackers down. I wished for death the second time around. The first time I was just scared to death.

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 Post subject: Re: Robinson's health
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