Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by black francis, Jan 25, 2016.
Correct. Good catch.
Well thats pretty gay.
Amateur stealing my material. Sad.
Hope he is good saver
Is this the meaning of coherence
this is what gronk projects to this season.
somewhere, derek carr practiced with a broken back
gronk misses another game with a bruise
"me fuck pussy"
gronk played with a broken forearm once
he played that game vs the jets last year when he already needed back surgery.
and does carr REALLY have a broken back?
Raiders' Derek Carr practices again Friday, reportedly might miss only one game
so then we can assume gronk just chose not to play
yes, his back is broken. its spinal
so hes going to play football with a broken back?
that doesnt sound right..and im sure the NFLPA wont like it.
he decides when he plays, not the NFLPA
coaches do too.
these are also VERY common injuries. lots of NFL players have played with it thru a season. minor injury...
It usually results from a sudden extreme twisting or side bending movement. Occasionally it may be due to a direct impact to the process itself, although they are pretty well covered by muscle so this is not common.
Providing there is no associated injury and the transverse process is not displaced, then the majority of fractures are treated conservatively, without surgery. A brace may be used to ensure the spine is kept still and straight to allow healing of the bone. A gradual introduction of spinal movement can be used once the bone has healed and the patient is pain-free.
so basically the pussy got twisted up and couldnt handle it? direct knees to the area rarely are the root cause.
not as serious as a thigh bruise though
also grabbed and twisted his helmet
"we protect the qbs. sometimes"
i guess carr should be lucky he doesnt have a bruised leg
ok...but gronk had back SURGERY this off season right?
carr moved wrong and got a back owy that DOESNT require surgery.
also, on a short week, with no edelman...smart move to sit him. hes fine in the 10 days off.
such a homer
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