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Crabtree has a foot injury...

Originally posted by Thorhawk:
Originally posted by NinerGM:
Wow already on PUP list:

MaioccoCSN Matt Maiocco
The 49ers say they will place WR Michael Crabtree on the physically-unable to perform list with a foot injury.
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I think the 49ers are trying to make a move.
Out for at least first six games then

Need a WR like yesterday

I thought that was if you started the season on the PUP
Originally posted by Thorhawk:
Originally posted by Chief:
And everyone was cursing him for not practicing during the meaningless "Alex Camp".

Dude is hurt, football players get hurt. Hopefully he will be back for week 1.

Players placed on the PUP list are automatically out for 6 games

Only if he starts the regular season on the list. He can be removed from the list at any time before that.
Crabtree realizes who is going to be throwing to him this year, so he took a dive.
Originally posted by Thorhawk:
Originally posted by Chief:
And everyone was cursing him for not practicing during the meaningless "Alex Camp".

Dude is hurt, football players get hurt. Hopefully he will be back for week 1.

Players placed on the PUP list are automatically out for 6 games

did that change with the CBA at all?
Originally posted by Chief:
And everyone was cursing him for not practicing during the meaningless "Alex Camp".

Dude is hurt, football players get hurt. Hopefully he will be back for week 1.

As much as I'm pissed at this, an injury is an injury. Dude needs to heal so he can contribute. The fact is though, this really may be his last year here if he can't stay healthy. Just for that fact, he could cost us.

Still, heal and come back to kick ass. I don't like you right now, but uz better produce this year. That's all I'm sayin'.
Dont worry, David Akers can play corner, receiver, and still kick.
Originally posted by Thorhawk:
Originally posted by Chief:
And everyone was cursing him for not practicing during the meaningless "Alex Camp".

Dude is hurt, football players get hurt. Hopefully he will be back for week 1.

Players placed on the PUP list are automatically out for 6 games

Thats only if hes on the pup list when the season starts
According to wiki...

If a player begins training camp on the PUP list, they can be moved to the active roster at any time, even after one practice.

So looks like it's just to clear up a spot for another UDFA.
Looking at the facts he will once again not be on the same page as the QB's and his timing is going to be waaaaay off again.

How many tipped balls for INT's this year?
Originally posted by ninertico:
Originally posted by Chief:
And everyone was cursing him for not practicing during the meaningless "Alex Camp".

Dude is hurt, football players get hurt. Hopefully he will be back for week 1.

As much as I'm pissed at this, an injury is an injury. Dude needs to heal so he can contribute. The fact is though, this really may be his last year here if he can't stay healthy. Just for that fact, he could cost us.

Still, heal and come back to kick ass. I don't like you right now, but uz better produce this year. That's all I'm sayin'.

If he is injured into the season, I hope we don't jsut insert him back into the starting lineup unless we are struggling.

I'd hate to see how bad, bad timing would look 4-5 games deep into the season.

Originally posted by jreff22:
Looking at the facts he will once again not be on the same page as the QB's and his timing is going to be waaaaay off again.

How many tipped balls for INT's this year?[/quote]

I'm worried about this.


[ Edited by unst4bl3 on Jul 28, 2011 at 19:57:27 ]
Originally posted by AllTimeGreat:
According to wiki...

If a player begins training camp on the PUP list, they can be moved to the active roster at any time, even after one practice.

So looks like it's just to clear up a spot for another UDFA.

That's good news!!! Thanks for clarifying.
"If a player begins training camp on the PUP list, they can be moved to the active roster at any time, even after one
practice"
The 6 week rule is for regular season.
In the preseason, it means a couple of things. The guy can't work out with the team and it frees up a roster spot. The team can take him off the list at any time before the start of the season.

Once the season starts, anyone on the list is stuck on there until after Week 6. After week 8 (not entirely sure of this date), the team either has to activate him or put him on the
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Originally posted by KRS-1:
Originally posted by Gore_21:
Originally posted by ads_2006:
Originally posted by KRS-1:
It's the same foot that had the stress fracture so why is all of this being dumped on Crabtree personally ? Why exactly should we trade him if it is a legit injury ?


Ninertalk

Anyone know if he had surgery on this foot or is he still trying to let it get better on it's own since before he came into the NFL? If he hasn't it might be time to get it operated on so he can salvage some of the season and not end up having it wreck his career.

He has surgery on it, yes.

Like I said, speculation or assumption on MY BEHALF. But just looking at his track record:

Held out for the contract he didn't deserve, meaning he wanted to be paid as if he was the first receiver taken.

Argument with Davis, now I don't know what that was about, but it must've meant something if Davis is jumping in your face.

Missing Preseason and/or TC, its always something with him, injury yaddah yaddah yaddah. Suck it up, TO played with a torn ACL in the Super Bowl. And wasn't Crabtree working out in Texas, before being questioned why he wasn't in the Bay Area yet??

Too many coincidences here IMO.
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Originally posted by NinerGM:
mattbarrows Matt Barrows
Breaking: A foot injury could knock Michael Crabtree out of the preseason lineup for a third straight year. #49ers ... tinyurl.com/3kl47xe

The foot injury that kept Michael Crabtree out of player-run practices in June is more serious than previously believed, and the 49ers' top wideout could miss four to six weeks of training camp and the preseason, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.

That's why the 49ers were in the running for veteran wide receiver Chad Ochocinco, who was traded from Cincinnati to New England earlier today. The 49ers will continue to pursue a veteran receiver on the free-agent market who could perhaps start opposite Josh Morgan when the season begins.

http://blogs.sacbee.com/49ers/archives/2011/07/foot-injury-wil.html
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