Discussion in 'Seattle Seahawks' started by Screamin12th, Jul 27, 2017.
But you'd think something that simple would not be surrounded by so much secrecy.
To be honest guys i think at least part of the injury is a Orbital blowout. These take a long time to heal and can require surgery if they do not heal correctly. These type injuries also mean NO strenuous or even light strenuous activities. An orbital blowout fracture is a traumatic deformity of the orbital floor or medial wall, typically resulting from impact of a blunt object larger than the orbital aperture, or eye socket. This causes the floor of the eye socket which is very thin bone to be blown out and causes a hole below the eye which could allow the eye to drop through.
I am like 85% sure this is part of his injuries. Heal time is minimum 3 Months if it's minor and as much as 18 months if it's Major and needs surgery. This is why i believe we have not heard anything as well because they do not know what will happen or be needed yet.
So the early reports suggest that Shaq Griffin is really shining so far in camp. Obviously way too early to get too optimistic but pretty much every day there is another report about how well he is playing.
I'm stoked to see Darboh play WR in our opening preseason game... Word is he's having a very strong camp...
Interesting. Got some links?
Here is one..
Quietly-impressive Seahawks rookie Amara Darboh has chance to make a splash Sunday
Has anyone who attended camp actually seen McDowell?
I would be interested to hear a first person perspective on his appearance. I would think that the possibilty of an orbital injury would be apparent. Plus other possible injuries might be noticable.
Darboh made a real crowd please catch in camp this apparently. He should get lots of looks on Sunday with Lockett and Baldwin out.
I hope for a little more from the o-line but time will tell. I've always been a believer of Rawls when he bursted onto the scene. Before he got hurt his rookie year, he had similar numbers to David Johnson. Now I'm not saying he's DJ but what we say in thise 7/8 games he looked real good. Now healthy, I hope he can regain that form that we saw cause he was lights out for the short time his rookie year.
Stick your head in the sand if you choose, but it's just a plain truth that more games = more injuries. No thanks. 4 pre-season games is plenty. And with this team playing more games than pretty much anyone else save for maybe NE the last 5 years, I'm ok with not clipping the off-season by a week.
Lots of notables not playing tonight, to include Baldwin, Lockett, Luke W and Darboh. Lots of bottom of the depth chart guys going to be catching passes tonight it appears.
Somebody may have mentioned this earlier in this thread, but what's going on with Dion Jordan? I know he has lose bodies removed from his knee, but will he be off the NFI before preseason ends? I really hoped he had a chance to do something in Seattle.
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