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Nick Bosa-DE-Ohio State is a Niner(Politics-free)

Originally posted by Goatie:
Originally posted by mayo49:
Originally posted by njninersfan420:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
he's gonna miss the whole offseason now.

lol

https://www.mercurynews.com/2019/05/23/49ers-jimmie-ward-breaks-collarbone-nick-bosa-has-low-grade-strain/

He'll be ready for training camp

Only 6 days of OTAs left - so it isn't like he's going to miss a ton.









He really isn't missing much. Its a minor injury that requires two weeks of rest. No reason why he shouldn't be good to go for training camp.
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Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by Goatie:
Originally posted by mayo49:
Originally posted by njninersfan420:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
he's gonna miss the whole offseason now.

lol

https://www.mercurynews.com/2019/05/23/49ers-jimmie-ward-breaks-collarbone-nick-bosa-has-low-grade-strain/

He'll be ready for training camp

Only 6 days of OTAs left - so it isn't like he's going to miss a ton.





He really isn't missing much. Its a minor injury that requires two weeks of rest. No reason why he shouldn't be good to go for training camp.

Yeah, he should be fine. Rest up and get him ready for TC.
Originally posted by random49er:
What about it??

Have you been following football long enough to know what the term "Injury Prone" means?? Hint: it means more than simply being able to be injured should someone take a sledge hammer to your knee.

Guys like Rice proved to be the opposite of being "injury prone" on the field. Had an early minor blip and was yanked down as an old man by Sapp for one late. Aside from that, 16 after 16 after 16. In spite of always getting the ball and being a target.

While I know it's your M.O.,...there's no need to suggest insanely stupid stuff like "Jerry Rice was just as injury prone" to defend a guy with a grade 1 hamstring injury.

All the pardons and excuses in the world before snap #1 aint gonna do it for a rook,...regardless of what you post. Complaining about it and calling all players equally injury prone (they aren't) aint moving the needle.

and your guy is currently dealing with a injury in his own right. Ironic, rookie prospects aren't ready to roll in May OTAs, it's almost like that's something that happens every yr

I know exactly what "injury prone" means....Jimmie Ward is injury prone.

having one serious injury in 3 yrs does NOT equal "injury prone" having a grade one hammy pull in May OTAs does NOT equal "injury prone" unless of course you have a narrative to push.
[ Edited by NYniner85 on May 24, 2019 at 5:33 AM ]
Originally posted by fan49:
Bro. He tore his core. Everything is connected to the core. So many injuries can be ti d to that injury. A real massuse can work out back issues, loosening a groin, or a hammy.

OR. Something in his core might not be functioning 100% correctly, and his hamstring could be overcompensating.

Dr. Chao (former NFL team doctor) did a write up of his core injury and said there shouldn't be any issue with the injury going forward or that injury in particular would cause him to get hurt elsewhere.

He simply hasn't played or done football related things (1 on 1 PR drills) since Oct. It's a grade one hammy pull lowest of the low. Zero reasons to make him go back at it in May OTAs. Hamstrings can get worse if they rush back onto the field.
[ Edited by NYniner85 on May 24, 2019 at 6:00 AM ]
Are we just going to forget that Nick is better than Joey?

Joey messed up his hamstring, missed some games as a rookie and still got 10.5 sacks on his way to DROY.

Nick has been described to do things the same as Joey just a lot earlier.

Nick is getting the hamstring injury out of the way so he can get 16.5 sacks on his way to DROY this year. All good.
Originally posted by NYniner85:
Originally posted by fan49:
Bro. He tore his core. Everything is connected to the core. So many injuries can be ti d to that injury. A real massuse can work out back issues, loosening a groin, or a hammy.

OR. Something in his core might not be functioning 100% correctly, and his hamstring could be overcompensating.

Dr. Chao (former NFL team doctor) did a write up of his core injury and said there shouldn't be any issue with the injury going forward or that injury in particular would cause him to get hurt elsewhere.

He simply hasn't played or done football related things (1 on 1 PR drills) since Oct. It's a grade one hammy pull lowest of the low. Zero reasons to make him go back at it in May OTAs. Hamstrings can get worse if they rush back onto the field.

Thank you NY. Was just gonna post about this. Nothin but 9ers crew interviewed an ex team doctor and he said the same (prolly the same guy).
Originally posted by jvangeystel:
Thank you NY. Was just gonna post about this. Nothin but 9ers crew interviewed an ex team doctor and he said the same (prolly the same guy).

Yup I listened to that interview...it was the same guy
This is for people concerned about injuries to Niners players. I was just doing my morning review of the Warriors and Giants sites (yes I do like other teams) and noticed that the Giants top 2 prospects have been on the DL for about 2 weeks . Meanwhile we have Durant and Cousins still out for the Warriors. Did you see the end of the Sharks season. They played the last game with 3 guys out. Injuries aren't exclusive to the Niners; they happen to athletes in all sports. I know they seem to happen to us more than normal but I really believe they are random and eventually even out. We are about due for a run of good luck. Keep the faith.
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Originally posted by CatchMaster80:
This is for people concerned about injuries to Niners players. I was just doing my morning review of the Warriors and Giants sites (yes I do like other teams) and noticed that the Giants top 2 prospects have been on the DL for about 2 weeks . Meanwhile we have Durant and Cousins still out for the Warriors. Did you see the end of the Sharks season. They played the last game with 3 guys out. Injuries aren't exclusive to the Niners; they happen to athletes in all sports. I know they seem to happen to us more than normal but I really believe they are random and eventually even out. We are about due for a run of good luck. Keep the faith.

Personally, I think a lot of the injuries are due to poor QB play. QB's throwing late and having their WR's and pass catchers being clocked due to the window closing. QB's unable to maintain ball control and hence your defense gets fatigued. QB's having to pass to catch up in the 4rth qtr, and teams blitzing and arby's having to pick up the blitz and getting clocked on blitz pickups. And then QB's can't process the defensive read fast enough that *they* themselves get clocked by the pass rush.

I'm betting once Jimmy gets in synch and is able to convert 3rd downs and actually plays with a good lead, I'm hoping the injury bug starts to diminish this year.
Originally posted by genus49:
Are we just going to forget that Nick is better than Joey?

Joey messed up his hamstring, missed some games as a rookie and still got 10.5 sacks on his way to DROY.

Nick has been described to do things the same as Joey just a lot earlier.

Nick is getting the hamstring injury out of the way so he can get 16.5 sacks on his way to DROY this year. All good.


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Originally posted by WestCoastForever:
Originally posted by genus49:
Are we just going to forget that Nick is better than Joey?

Joey messed up his hamstring, missed some games as a rookie and still got 10.5 sacks on his way to DROY.

Nick has been described to do things the same as Joey just a lot earlier.

Nick is getting the hamstring injury out of the way so he can get 16.5 sacks on his way to DROY this year. All good.




Joey has passed on his yoga and special stretching exercises to younger Nick. If anything, I think it's prevented Nick from having a more serious injury other than a low grade hammy pull, or at least I'd like to think so. For now,t hat hammy pull isn't going to result in having him miss training camp and the first regular season game, in my eyes. First I doubt he's going to hold out like older brother (just different team and circumstances) and I think he's going to be healthier than older brother at the beginning of his career because of the special training they do together.
Originally posted by Giedi:
Originally posted by WestCoastForever:
Originally posted by genus49:
Are we just going to forget that Nick is better than Joey?

Joey messed up his hamstring, missed some games as a rookie and still got 10.5 sacks on his way to DROY.

Nick has been described to do things the same as Joey just a lot earlier.

Nick is getting the hamstring injury out of the way so he can get 16.5 sacks on his way to DROY this year. All good.




Joey has passed on his yoga and special stretching exercises to younger Nick. If anything, I think it's prevented Nick from having a more serious injury other than a low grade hammy pull, or at least I'd like to think so. For now,t hat hammy pull isn't going to result in having him miss training camp and the first regular season game, in my eyes. First I doubt he's going to hold out like older brother (just different team and circumstances) and I think he's going to be healthier than older brother at the beginning of his career because of the special training they do together.
I also think he's going to bend over backwards to show that he's a great teammate .
Originally posted by Giedi:
Personally, I think a lot of the injuries are due to poor QB play. QB's throwing late and having their WR's and pass catchers being clocked due to the window closing. QB's unable to maintain ball control and hence your defense gets fatigued. QB's having to pass to catch up in the 4rth qtr, and teams blitzing and arby's having to pick up the blitz and getting clocked on blitz pickups. And then QB's can't process the defensive read fast enough that *they* themselves get clocked by the pass rush.

I'm betting once Jimmy gets in synch and is able to convert 3rd downs and actually plays with a good lead, I'm hoping the injury bug starts to diminish this year.

No question all of that contributes. Injuries don't just happen for one reason. Being in the wrong position when blocking or getting hit after the play are a couple of other things that cause injuries. One other thing that I believe causes some ids being in TOO GOOD condition. They way these guys work out they get so big that the human body can't handle the mass. Ligaments and tendons tear under the weight or when stressed on contact. It's a cruel sport.
I swear some Niner "fans" have the biggest persecution complex after having a team that has sucked so much for so long. We have the guy that almost everyone wanted and everyone still has real fears that he'll be a bust. It doesn't matter who we drafted. He's on the Niners and bad stuff always happens to us, so he'll be an injury-prone bust.

The guy basically sat a whole year out of football and is trying to bring his body up to speed against pros. He's going to have some soreness and will tweak a muscle or two until he's better conditioned. But that's no reason to put the guy in the same category as Jimmy "Trauma" Ward.
Originally posted by genus49:
Are we just going to forget that Nick is better than Joey?

Joey messed up his hamstring, missed some games as a rookie and still got 10.5 sacks on his way to DROY.

Nick has been described to do things the same as Joey just a lot earlier.

Nick is getting the hamstring injury out of the way so he can get 16.5 sacks on his way to DROY this year. All good.

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