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  • thl408
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Glad to have him back. When can he realistically get back into the lineup though? He busted his ACL in early November.
  • evil
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Originally posted by Chez:
need to keep blair here. but i'm sure the FO has a better plan. Like bringing in cashius marsh to replace him.

  • Furlow
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Originally posted by 9NERNATE:
Want details on Ward's deal

Wrong thread.
  • Furlow
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Originally posted by thl408:
Glad to have him back. When can he realistically get back into the lineup though? He busted his ACL in early November.

Wasn't there a report or video of him running already?
  • fropwns
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yes
Another ACL moneyball pick. It'll take him all year to get back to his pre injury self...

...just in time for the playoff run.
Originally posted by evil:
Originally posted by Chez:
need to keep blair here. but i'm sure the FO has a better plan. Like bringing in cashius marsh to replace him.


Lol
  • thl408
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Originally posted by Furlow:
Originally posted by thl408:
Glad to have him back. When can he realistically get back into the lineup though? He busted his ACL in early November.

Wasn't there a report or video of him running already?

Running in a straight line is nice. Changing directions would be the huge step towards recovery and actually playing.
Originally posted by thl408:
Originally posted by Furlow:
Originally posted by thl408:
Glad to have him back. When can he realistically get back into the lineup though? He busted his ACL in early November.

Wasn't there a report or video of him running already?

Running in a straight line is nice. Changing directions would be the huge step towards recovery and actually playing.

4 months is really only the halfway point of recovery typically, for him to resume normal football activities. He's got a long way to go. If everything goes great, he'll be ready for TC. Any setbacks or delays, and he's likely on the PUP until the start of the season like Richburg was last year, or possibly further.
Originally posted by Furlow:
Originally posted by 9NERNATE:
Want details on Ward's deal

Wrong thread.

Realized that after I hit send.

  • Furlow
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Originally posted by 9NERNATE:
Originally posted by Furlow:
Originally posted by 9NERNATE:
Want details on Ward's deal

Wrong thread.

Realized that after I hit send.

Off with your head.
Sweet. He was having a strong season before the injury.
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by thl408:
Originally posted by Furlow:
Originally posted by thl408:
Glad to have him back. When can he realistically get back into the lineup though? He busted his ACL in early November.

Wasn't there a report or video of him running already?

Running in a straight line is nice. Changing directions would be the huge step towards recovery and actually playing.

4 months is really only the halfway point of recovery typically, for him to resume normal football activities. He's got a long way to go. If everything goes great, he'll be ready for TC. Any setbacks or delays, and he's likely on the PUP until the start of the season like Richburg was last year, or possibly further.

Sad but true.
He was looking really good before injury. Hopefully he is back to 100% at start of season. Gives us some much needed depth in case ford has Injury issues next season.
The front office isn't wasting any time getting all these contracts tied up. Next will be Kittle's extension or Goodwin's trade or release. Blair may have longer to recover since there is a chance the season could be delayed if this virus isn't under control.
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