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 Post subject: What's Big Red's likelihood of recovering fully...
 Post Posted: Thu Mar 21, 2013 1:27 pm 
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from Plantar Fa-whatever. I know what it is, just not going to try to spell it. What I'm wondering is if anyone has any good insight to how likely that type of injury is to linger or to come back? If it heals up is it likely something he won't have nagging him? Because it really took him out and if it's one of those nagging type injuries, then his career would be seriously threatened.

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We have a few members that have posted about it in detail, and from what I recall its a pretty bad injury. Definitely a huge risk of being a nagging injury.

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I am only 28 years old and have been dealing with it for about 4 years... Good days and bad but always comes back.


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I am only 28 years old and have been dealing with it for about 4 years... Good days and bad but always comes back.


Yes but are you as trim and svelte as Red?

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G Ache wrote:
I am only 28 years old and have been dealing with it for about 4 years... Good days and bad but always comes back.


How does it affect your status as a world-class athlete, Mr Ache?

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G Ache wrote:
I am only 28 years old and have been dealing with it for about 4 years... Good days and bad but always comes back.


How does it affect your status as a world-class athlete, Mr Ache?


What does that have to do with Red Bryant?

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bestfightstory wrote:
G Ache wrote:
I am only 28 years old and have been dealing with it for about 4 years... Good days and bad but always comes back.


How does it affect your status as a world-class athlete, Mr Ache?


What does that have to do with Red Bryant?


Hanging currrrrrrve...Outta the park!!

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Most people get long term or permanant relief with special inserts made just for them. Others like me need an anti inflamatory for a while. I took one for about a year and a half and after that never had the problem again.

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well... with a girlfriend like that.... last I'd be thinking about is my planter facetious. :lol:

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It is a potentially lingering injury. Let's hope he beats the odds and recovers. The fact he has so much weight to put on the bad wheel only complicates things

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Had he spent more time on the stairmaster this probably wouldn't have happened.

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well... with a girlfriend like that.... last I'd be thinking about is my planter facetious. :lol:


that was directed at you mr radish :D

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Had he spent more time on the stairmaster this probably wouldn't have happened.


It would be the last thing you want with P. F.
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I've had it for a few years. Not only does it come back every now and then, but it can take months to go away again.


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Then we pretty much have to go forward with the supposition that Red isn't going to be stopping the run. If he is, it's a luxury. We've got to have the mindset he won't be, however. Which leaves us where on the D-Line?

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I've had it for a few years. Not only does it come back every now and then, but it can take months to go away again.


Yeah that has been my experience as well.

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We need more fat slobs, then.

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Red's a warrior. I hope the coaches give him a light load in Training Camp and let him take it easy so that he doesn't break down so much down the stretch. I think he's going to have a very solid season for us this year.

I'd love Jesse Williams from Alabama as Red's eventual successor at the 5-Tech. I think he's the best fit in this draft. Or, we could sign Tony McDaniel and he can play the 5-Tech also and give us some more flexibility in this year's draft.

The only reason I'd be against drafting Williams is because he's got YOLO tattooed near his ear.

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well... with a girlfriend like that.... last I'd be thinking about is my planter facetious. :lol:


that was directed at you mr radish :D



Why are you worrying about her. She's only my physical therapist?

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I love Big Red as much as the next guy but I think you treat it like any other position on the field. You draft good quality developmental depth that can learn/rotate at the position and compete for the starting spot. When that depth surpasses Red's, be it this year or in 5 yrs, he becomes the starter. At that point if Red is still playable he restuctures his contract or is dismissed. As much as we love certain players, this is still a business and PC/JS will put the best players on the field as I would hope.

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