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Torn ACL and PCL.


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 Post subject: RG3 HAS TORN ACL. Out for 14-18 months
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Dang that sucks. What a shitty field.


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Link or it didn't happen.


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Link or it didn't happen.

I was listening to it on the Radio and they just retracted it saying the news affiliate pulled the story. My guess is the NFL doesnt want to admit RG3 is out 14-18 months when hes the biggest money maker right now with jerseys and what not.

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In the event this is actually true: Way to protect a player you traded 3 years of picks to get. Idiots.

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Link or it didn't happen.

I was listening to it on the Radio and they just retracted it saying the news affiliate pulled the story. My guess is the NFL doesnt want to admit RG3 is out 14-18 months when hes the biggest money maker right now with jerseys and what not.


Or they don't want to release news that isn't absolutely rock solid when a young man's health and career are involved. Latest link I saw (http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap100000 ... ts-tuesday) indicates that old injuries may muck up the current MRI results. While you could read between the lines and infer that the MRI results clearly weren't great if they're re-evaluating, I don't blame them for not wanting to jump the gun on making an announcement.

For RG3 (and football's) sake, I hope they're wrong. That's awful.


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Nice work Shanahan...you fricking moron.


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My only skepticism is, I have never, ever seen someone walk off the field with a torn ACL. IF it truly is, then RG3 confirmed from using an undetectable HGH

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This was still rumor, though likely correct, last I checked; do you have confirmation of this somewhere?

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My only skepticism is, I have never, ever seen someone walk off the field with a torn ACL. IF it truly is, then RG3 confirmed from using an undetectable HGH


Didn't Clemons walk off the field too? That was reassuring to me during the game, so I was shocked to hear they thought it had torn after the game. Maybe it's only a partial tear.


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My only skepticism is, I have never, ever seen someone walk off the field with a torn ACL. IF it truly is, then RG3 confirmed from using an undetectable HGH


People walk off the field with ACL injuries all the time. Most memorable to me is probably Tom Brady walking off the field, and down stairs, with ACL and MCL injuries.

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My only skepticism is, I have never, ever seen someone walk off the field with a torn ACL. IF it truly is, then RG3 confirmed from using an undetectable HGH


There have been plenty of players walk off of the field from an ACL tear.

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In the event this is actually true: Way to protect a player you traded 3 years of picks to get. Idiots.


Yea pretty much.

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ACL usually has immediate swelling without pain. the fact that he walked off the field with that brace on isn't a reason to discount this possibility.

14-18 months seems excessive, but if it's true, Shanahan needs to be fired right now. That's seriously one of the most horrible things I can imagine. And you know it's highly unlikely that he's the same dynamic player when he comes back. I really feel bad for him. A truly unique talent in this league and his own lying idiot coach and cheapskate owner have forever dampened his career because of a dreadful field and a poor decision not to take him out of the game.

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"but he wanted to play so I let him"

Says Rat Boy with his latest athletic ran into the ground. He makes these excuses and you wonder who's in charge? Oh yeah,,,the God almighty dollar

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Listening to 980 ESPN in DC, they are freaking out on Shanahan. His ego, his history, all of it. Calling it running him into the ground.

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Listening to 980 ESPN in DC, they are freaking out on Shanahan. His ego, his history, all of it. Calling it running him into the ground.


Checking it out. Must admit I am enjoying the angst.

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I heard somewhere on ESPN or ESPN2 his MRI wasn't even scheduled until tomorrow. Just got back from the gym watching my daily hour of All Robert Griffin News, and they had nothing on results, that it was scheduled for tomorrow.

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My only skepticism is, I have never, ever seen someone walk off the field with a torn ACL. IF it truly is, then RG3 confirmed from using an undetectable HGH


There have been plenty of players walk off of the field from an ACL tear.


Yep. I chopped 7 cords of wood and walked 5 miles to school, uphill, in the snow, with a torn acl.

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This has not been confirmed. RG3 is going to Dr. Andrews tomorrow for a contrast MRI to fully assess the damage.

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I hate to say it, but if RG3 is out 14-18 months that helps us out, as we are playing them next year, and doesn't that mean we get to face Cousins or Sexy Rexy next year?


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I hate to say it, but if RG3 is out 14-18 months that helps us out, as we are playing them next year, and doesn't that mean we get to face Cousins or Sexy Rexy next year?


we are not playing them next year


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I just got a text from espn saying he has partial tares in acl and pcl.

79710: ESPN NFL - Report: Redskins QB Robert Griffin III has partial tears to ACL and lateral collateral ligament in knee

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I just got a text from espn saying he has partial tares in acl and pcl.

79710: ESPN NFL - Report: Redskins QB Robert Griffin III has partial tears to ACL and lateral collateral ligament in knee


Yep partial acl and pcl tears. The pcl....... thats gonna be a bad one. I think the initial report pulled saying 14-18 weeks could be right. Sucks, I never wish this kind of crap on my worst enemy.

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000123563/article/rg3-reportedly-has-partial-acl-lcl-tears-test-suggests


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Bo Jackson walked off the field with a dislocated hip. He was one tough bastard. He was sure walkin kinda funny, though.

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This is all rumors and speculation at this point. Let's hope they're false.


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CurryStopstheRuns wrote:
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My only skepticism is, I have never, ever seen someone walk off the field with a torn ACL. IF it truly is, then RG3 confirmed from using an undetectable HGH


There have been plenty of players walk off of the field from an ACL tear.


Yep. I chopped 7 cords of wood and walked 5 miles to school, uphill, in the snow, with a torn acl.


My grandfather did multiple tours in Vietnam in Special Forces on his torn ACL. A badass can run and fight for years on one, but not be an elite athlete. You can even low bar squat with serious weight with no ACL as long as you do it right.

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My PCL got torn after I got hit by a car on my motorcycle.. I couldn't get into the specialist for over a month because my first doctor told me it was a real slight tear, only needing physical therapy. Well, the first thing out of the specialist's mouth after he saw my MRI was that he hoped I hadn't been walking all that much, as my PCL was torn in half. A two hour surgery would up lasting about 4ish hours because of all scar tissue and stuff that was in there. Rehab SUCKS! I still have problems with the stupid knee. I wish RG3 a speedy recovery, and hopefully he will still be able to play at the level he was before the injury.


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i have to disagree with some of you.. if a high profile player is telling you he's good "i'm hurting not injured" then you have to believe in him that he's being honest... now it was obvious to see the limp after the out of bounds play, but Bob was steadily telling ratboy he's good, hell he was gaining 8 , 9 yrds on every scamper, not to mention he had some bad throws, but he had some decent ones too that his recievers dropped or alligator armed, he wasn't completely helpless out there... i put all the blame of Bob Griffin, he was being selfish and his pride could have cost his team the game... because we don't know what Cousins would have done if given the chance.

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That's a cop-out, hawker84. Players want to play no matter what, and many aren't above lying their way onto the field. Every fan in the stadium and on TV knew RG3 should have been pulled at halftime, if not earlier. RG3 was stubborn, and Shanahan was stupid. End of story.

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RG3 is having surgery Thursday according to Clayton on 710 ESPN, really sucks, wishing him a speedy recovery. Hope they fix the field!

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