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Darius Fleming is a 49er

Originally posted by 5280High:
Damn, so much for hoping the rookies would boot Haralson off the roster... was a long shot anyways.
I didn't think he'd beat out Haralson even if he was healthy. Haralson won't be going anywhere.
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Originally posted by 9ersLiferInChicago:
I didn't think he'd beat out Haralson even if he was healthy. Haralson won't be going anywhere.

I think Haralson is a solid rotation/depth guy
Grant Cohn's fault!
At least it was early on as opposed to well into training camp so he can be ready to go by the beginning of the off-season next year......
Originally posted by sfout:
Originally posted by gold49er2183:
Originally posted by sfout:
Originally posted by WookieOftheYear:
Originally posted by sspiker:
Originally posted by sfout:
A moronic trainer let him back onto the field for the walkthrough portion of practice after he tweaked his leg in the morning session.....Seriously that trainer needs to be punched.

You do know that the hamstring and ACL are two different parts of the leg, right?

yea i do and thats why it tore, because it was over compensating for the injury to his hamstring. you do know how our bodies work dont you?

lol you are grasping at straws in an attempt to redeem yourself.

no im not, you guys are just trying to be cool and act like you know what is going. its common sense that if you have something structurally damaged the other healthy parts of the body will try and make up for the lack of stability and over compensate in tightness or elasticity.

get over yourself.

lol mad
Originally posted by 5280High:
Damn, so much for hoping the rookies would boot Haralson off the roster... was a long shot anyways.

Btw, Sfout is right... if one muscle/tendon gets injured, the other will compensate and more often then not it results in additional injury. On the other hand, a trainor making ~$60k a year is gonna have a hard time trying to convince a rookie who just signed a $2m contract to sit it out... especially on this team where injuries can kick anyone out of a starting job at any time like Spencer and Braylon.

Players play all the time with ailing bodies, especially by season's end. If teams kept out their players who had ailing hamstrings, there'd be no one to play.
Damn that f**kin sucks
Originally posted by 5280High:
Damn, so much for hoping the rookies would boot Haralson off the roster... was a long shot anyways.

Btw, Sfout is right... if one muscle/tendon gets injured, the other will compensate and more often then not it results in additional injury. On the other hand, a trainor making ~$60k a year is gonna have a hard time trying to convince a rookie who just signed a $2m contract to sit it out... especially on this team where injuries can kick anyone out of a starting job at any time like Spencer and Braylon.

truth about injuries/compensation.


topic 2. not just starting job. could cost him a job period. it's not like he's a high draft pick or the LB depth is shallow.....
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Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by sfout:
Originally posted by gold49er2183:
Originally posted by sfout:
Originally posted by WookieOftheYear:
Originally posted by sspiker:
Originally posted by sfout:
A moronic trainer let him back onto the field for the walkthrough portion of practice after he tweaked his leg in the morning session.....Seriously that trainer needs to be punched.

You do know that the hamstring and ACL are two different parts of the leg, right?

yea i do and thats why it tore, because it was over compensating for the injury to his hamstring. you do know how our bodies work dont you?

lol you are grasping at straws in an attempt to redeem yourself.

no im not, you guys are just trying to be cool and act like you know what is going. its common sense that if you have something structurally damaged the other healthy parts of the body will try and make up for the lack of stability and over compensate in tightness or elasticity.

get over yourself.

lol mad

Mad? Yes.

Possibly correct? Yes.

Still Cohn's fault? Yes.

Can I count to potato? Yes.
Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:
Damn that f**kin sucks

This. Hope a speedy recovery for him
Bad break. Hope he gets a shot someday.
Originally posted by dhp318:
Originally posted by 5280High:
Damn, so much for hoping the rookies would boot Haralson off the roster... was a long shot anyways.

Btw, Sfout is right... if one muscle/tendon gets injured, the other will compensate and more often then not it results in additional injury. On the other hand, a trainor making ~$60k a year is gonna have a hard time trying to convince a rookie who just signed a $2m contract to sit it out... especially on this team where injuries can kick anyone out of a starting job at any time like Spencer and Braylon.

Players play all the time with ailing bodies, especially by season's end. If teams kept out their players who had ailing hamstrings, there'd be no one to play.

Exactly.

Besides:

1) He was WALKING
2) We don't even know if the hamstring and ACL injuries were on the same leg
Originally posted by tohara3:
Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:
Damn that f**kin sucks

This. Hope a speedy recovery for him

That
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sfout is correct in that the human body compensates for weakness by activating other muscles, but the reflex arc involved in that is the crossed extensor reflex. This particular reflex arc activates antagonist muscles to maintain balance... but it does so in the other leg.
Originally posted by Ether:
sfout is correct in that the human body compensates for weakness by activating other muscles, but the reflex arc involved in that is the crossed extensor reflex. This particular reflex arc activates antagonist muscles to maintain balance... but it does so in the other leg.

This?