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Crabtree has a foot injury...

This guy might not even know what he is talking about. BFD Cratbree was sore. He should be he hasn't done s**t game speed in a damn year almost.
I believe the zone has a foot doctor or two in the house. Can anyone of you guys shed some light on what might be going on?

I'm going to get bashed for this....but.........If X-rays are negative and there is no bruising, maybe the issue is his heart? As in, if he's not getting the ball, he convienently pulls himself. It's funny that he goes down shortly after Alex decided not to throw to him in the endzone. He was clearly upset. I think this dude is trying to get cut. I've never heard of a foot injury that has no visable signs of trama.
[ Edited by Oakland-Niner on Sep 13, 2011 at 12:14 PM ]
Originally posted by Oakland-Niner:
I believe the zone has a foot doctor or two in the house. Can anyone of you guys shed some light on what might be going on?

I'm going to get bashed for this....but.........If X-rays are negative and there is no bruising, maybe the issue is his heart? As in, if he's not getting the ball, he convienently pulls himself. It's funny that he goes down shortly after Alex decided not to throw to him in the endzone. He was clearly upset. I think this dude is trying to get cut. I've never heard of a foot injury that has no visable signs of trama.

if his heart is in his foot then he is seeing the wrong kinds of doctors.



Originally posted by HessianDud:
if his heart is in his foot then he is seeing the wrong kinds of doctors.




Ok, I conceed. It was a dumb post....
It's the shoes! Sometimes if a person has an insert in a shoe it will really hurt because they aren't use to it. However, I think Crabtree doesn't want to be in San Fran but he sureas hell wants the big checks every week. He is just buying time and p*ssing on the front office so they will cut or trade him. He can't be bothered if he can't have the ball thrown to him 20 times a game. Alex missed him in the end zone so get over it. It's not like he hasn't run the wrong routes many times and tipped several passes for interceptions instead of catching the ball. He's a prima donna and we are damned if we do and damned if we don't. Cut or trade him and he gets what he wants. Bench his a$$ and he's fine because he gets paid and another yr tics off of his contract. His line about his foot hurting all year really means . . . "I won't practice much during the week but I'll play on Sunday for as long as you throw the ball to me."
If he's hurt, out him on IR and let him heal. He shouldn't be playing through an injury like that.
Originally posted by smashmouth51:
It's the shoes! Sometimes if a person has an insert in a shoe it will really hurt because they aren't use to it. However, I think Crabtree doesn't want to be in San Fran but he sureas hell wants the big checks every week. He is just buying time and p*ssing on the front office so they will cut or trade him. He can't be bothered if he can't have the ball thrown to him 20 times a game. Alex missed him in the end zone so get over it. It's not like he hasn't run the wrong routes many times and tipped several passes for interceptions instead of catching the ball. He's a prima donna and we are damned if we do and damned if we don't. Cut or trade him and he gets what he wants. Bench his a$$ and he's fine because he gets paid and another yr tics off of his contract. His line about his foot hurting all year really means . . . "I won't practice much during the week but I'll play on Sunday for as long as you throw the ball to me."

He's the kind of guy that I would want to spite. I would say trade him to a s**tty team but then he would probably end up in our division... Seriously though, I really wouldn't mind sending him to the Raiders, KC or the Jags.
i am so disappointed about Crabtree has a foot injury when we draft him because other team pass him.. damn.. we are dumb our waste time.. .. If he is still suffered his foot injury for while and conuntines of the years? Maybe i can feel my guts.. Wait and See about the Games when how many he missed the games.. then Let me see and wait...
Originally posted by Oakland-Niner:
I believe the zone has a foot doctor or two in the house. Can anyone of you guys shed some light on what might be going on?

I'm going to get bashed for this....but.........If X-rays are negative and there is no bruising, maybe the issue is his heart? As in, if he's not getting the ball, he convienently pulls himself. It's funny that he goes down shortly after Alex decided not to throw to him in the endzone. He was clearly upset. I think this dude is trying to get cut. I've never heard of a foot injury that has no visable signs of trama.


Maybe, but a couple of years ago I could barely walk but there were no signs of trama, no swelling, no bruising, etc. Learned that my problems could be cured by doing a particular stretching exercise and was cured a week later. So, I'm not going to blast the guy and call him a faker without any proof. Feet have more bones that a truck load of chickens so don't jump to conclusions.
Originally posted by Oakland-Niner:
I believe the zone has a foot doctor or two in the house. Can anyone of you guys shed some light on what might be going on?

I'm going to get bashed for this....but.........If X-rays are negative and there is no bruising, maybe the issue is his heart? As in, if he's not getting the ball, he convienently pulls himself. It's funny that he goes down shortly after Alex decided not to throw to him in the endzone. He was clearly upset. I think this dude is trying to get cut. I've never heard of a foot injury that has no visable signs of trama.

Here is a post I put in another thread:

I just read in Barrows column that "Crabtree told reporters Sunday that his left foot hadn't fully healed since the last fracture, which occurred on June 6, and that he was in so much pain yesterday he thought it might have been broken again."

If this is true and I were Jed York, I would fire every doctor and trainer that had anything to do with that decision. Such a decision is nothing short of malpractice.
In my current work I am involved with podiatrists almost every day where I build orthotics (inserts into shoes to support feet that have been injured or just need biomechanical help). I have had a long history dealing with these issues with skiers and soccer players in particular. I know how the foot works and how long it takes to heal in many cases. If MC's foot is still sore it is because the bone is not yet able to carry the full weight. The pain indicates incomplete healing. He needs to sit until that bone heals completely. The fact that it has taken this long already is an indication that there is a problem that needs more time yet. If he re-breaks that bone now, he will be out for the season.

This sounds disturbingly like Nolan and the docs trying to get Alex Smith to play through the pain of a piece of wire sawing through his shoulder.

I don't mean to sound like an alarmist but this just doesn't mesh with what I have learned about feet.

NOTE:
I am not a foot doctor per se. I am a pedorthist. I make orthotics that match a person's foot and advise on the proper design of shoe to support the person's foot problem.

This is now a full-time occupation for me after years of doing this as an independent contractor working for a podiatric lab. In that capacity, I have been amazed at how little consideration is given to the biomechanics of a person's foot. Even the biggest companies seem more interested in cool cosmetics but ignore some very basic components of fit and flex. I'm not implying Nike has been guilty of this in Crabtree's case. Just passing that on, FWIW.
Originally posted by dj43:
Originally posted by Oakland-Niner:
I believe the zone has a foot doctor or two in the house. Can anyone of you guys shed some light on what might be going on?

I'm going to get bashed for this....but.........If X-rays are negative and there is no bruising, maybe the issue is his heart? As in, if he's not getting the ball, he convienently pulls himself. It's funny that he goes down shortly after Alex decided not to throw to him in the endzone. He was clearly upset. I think this dude is trying to get cut. I've never heard of a foot injury that has no visable signs of trama.

Here is a post I put in another thread:

I just read in Barrows column that "Crabtree told reporters Sunday that his left foot hadn't fully healed since the last fracture, which occurred on June 6, and that he was in so much pain yesterday he thought it might have been broken again."

If this is true and I were Jed York, I would fire every doctor and trainer that had anything to do with that decision. Such a decision is nothing short of malpractice.
In my current work I am involved with podiatrists almost every day where I build orthotics (inserts into shoes to support feet that have been injured or just need biomechanical help). I have had a long history dealing with these issues with skiers and soccer players in particular. I know how the foot works and how long it takes to heal in many cases. If MC's foot is still sore it is because the bone is not yet able to carry the full weight. The pain indicates incomplete healing. He needs to sit until that bone heals completely. The fact that it has taken this long already is an indication that there is a problem that needs more time yet. If he re-breaks that bone now, he will be out for the season.

This sounds disturbingly like Nolan and the docs trying to get Alex Smith to play through the pain of a piece of wire sawing through his shoulder.

I don't mean to sound like an alarmist but this just doesn't mesh with what I have learned about feet.

NOTE:
I am not a foot doctor per se. I am a pedorthist. I make orthotics that match a person's foot and advise on the proper design of shoe to support the person's foot problem.

This is now a full-time occupation for me after years of doing this as an independent contractor working for a podiatric lab. In that capacity, I have been amazed at how little consideration is given to the biomechanics of a person's foot. Even the biggest companies seem more interested in cool cosmetics but ignore some very basic components of fit and flex. I'm not implying Nike has been guilty of this in Crabtree's case. Just passing that on, FWIW.

I am glad that you are doin good job that you are kinda a decode somethings. Thanks for support the 49ers! Bro...
Originally posted by Oakland-Niner:
I believe the zone has a foot doctor or two in the house. Can anyone of you guys shed some light on what might be going on?

I'm going to get bashed for this....but.........If X-rays are negative and there is no bruising, maybe the issue is his heart? As in, if he's not getting the ball, he convienently pulls himself. It's funny that he goes down shortly after Alex decided not to throw to him in the endzone. He was clearly upset. I think this dude is trying to get cut. I've never heard of a foot injury that has no visable signs of trama.

I dont know if we have any Dr's in here, but I know that we have some "surgeons", and they appear to know everything

well, almost surgeons
Originally posted by HessianDud:
if his heart is in his foot then he is seeing the wrong kinds of doctors.




I know I bash Crabs alot, but I really want him to be on this team......

Sit his ass, for a month.....we'll need him for the playoffs.
Activate Williams and sit Crabs for 2-3 weeks.