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I would say his 4th concussion is a recurring issue

I [heart] any poster willing to do this kind of analysis. 

Who is flying off the handle?   We made Morse the 6th highest paid center in the league with big guaranteed money A rookie QB's best friends are a great center, and a great rungame (the

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1 minute ago, JimmyNoodles said:

I'm expecting a new fangled helmet when he's back. 

 

If it were that easy, everyone would be wearing them already. This sucks. I’m praying he can be all we had hoped for, but I’ll put the man ahead of the player. It was a gamble. We knew that. 

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5 minutes ago, skibum said:

Just a quick reminder that none of us know anything about this situation. That is all.

 

Well, all we know is what we see. He’s not practicing nor did he play in the last game. There is a reason for that. We just don’t know the details of why and what the prognosis is. 

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7 minutes ago, skibum said:

Just a quick reminder that none of us know anything about this situation. That is all.

We know he is under observation for a concussion and is not cleared to play...so we do know something

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16 minutes ago, JohninMinn. said:

I have PTSD after the Eric Woods shocker. This aint helping

 

 

Is a man shocker "3 in the stink"?   I was going to ask K-9 the other day when he was sharing his story about being shocked.

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I mean, it’s possible he really is struggling to recover, but how many coaches wouldn’t love to have one of their star players sitting during pre-season? I have a feeling he’ll play in the third game, start practicing before it, and then play the opener without a problem.

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6 minutes ago, whatdrought said:

I mean, it’s possible he really is struggling to recover, but how many coaches wouldn’t love to have one of their star players sitting during pre-season? I have a feeling he’ll play in the third game, start practicing before it, and then play the opener without a problem.

That's what I'm hoping for

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2 minutes ago, whatdrought said:

I mean, it’s possible he really is struggling to recover, but how many coaches wouldn’t love to have one of their star players sitting during pre-season? I have a feeling he’ll play in the third game, start practicing before it, and then play the opener without a problem.

 

 

What?  None?

 

Particularly with a new acquisition on the OL.

 

The OL success is very much about cohesion and communication and that is best built thru live football.

 

No way McProcess sees this absence as a positive.     *At best* it's an unfortunate but necessitated inconvenience.

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9 minutes ago, BADOLBILZ said:

 

 

What?  None?

 

Particularly with a new acquisition on the OL.

 

The OL success is very much about cohesion and communication and that is best built thru live football.

 

No way McProcess sees this absence as a positive.     *At best* it's an unfortunate but necessitated inconvenience.

 

Having important players not playing meaningless games? Yeah.. okay. 

Cohesion is important and that’s why he’ll practice and play later. Just no point in exposing him to any unnecessary risk.

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20 minutes ago, whatdrought said:

I mean, it’s possible he really is struggling to recover, but how many coaches wouldn’t love to have one of their star players sitting during pre-season? I have a feeling he’ll play in the third game, start practicing before it, and then play the opener without a problem.

 

They could sit any of them they want at any time they want. You don’t need an elaborate exaggerated concussion protocol to do so

39 minutes ago, BADOLBILZ said:

 

 

Is a man shocker "3 in the stink"?   I was going to ask K-9 the other day when he was sharing his story about being shocked.

 

I take back any nearly nice things I’ve said about you 

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14 minutes ago, whatdrought said:

 

Having important players not playing meaningless games? Yeah.. okay. 

Cohesion is important and that’s why he’ll practice and play later. Just no point in exposing him to any unnecessary risk.

 

 

You really need to change your avatar to the "ancient aliens" dude.............you can build a totally implausible narrative with almost no material with the best of em'.     I ain't mad, it's entertaining at least.:lol:

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35 minutes ago, NoSaint said:

 

They could sit any of them they want at any time they want. You don’t need an elaborate exaggerated concussion protocol to do so

 

 

That’s exactly it - these twisted narratives about “well, they are just keeping him in the protocol all preseason just so he doesn’t play” are a bit far fetched. They could have easily just said, before the first preseason game, “he’s fine, we ain’t playin him.” 

 

Exactly like what they did with McCoy.

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1 hour ago, skibum said:

Just a quick reminder that none of us know anything about this situation. That is all.

What we do know is that this is his fourth concussion and he missed 5 games in 2018 because of one. At some point very soon the question will be quality of life after football. 

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3 hours ago, whatdrought said:

I mean, it’s possible he really is struggling to recover, but how many coaches wouldn’t love to have one of their star players sitting during pre-season? I have a feeling he’ll play in the third game, start practicing before it, and then play the opener without a problem.

 

i want to say this is the plan, but I’m having a hard time remembering this was true for any player 

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3 hours ago, whatdrought said:

I mean, it’s possible he really is struggling to recover, but how many coaches wouldn’t love to have one of their star players sitting during pre-season? I have a feeling he’ll play in the third game, start practicing before it, and then play the opener without a problem.

 

I’m not 100% on how it works, but I doubt anyone on the coaching staff can intentionally keep a player In CP.

 

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