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

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Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Pulled hamstring probably means solid rest for a week followed by easing back into some upper body lifting, pool work, stretching, light jogging..etc.

He won't just be chilling in Fort Livingroom for a month.

Key word is easing i think
Originally posted by cciowa:
Key word is easing i think

Grade 1 Hamstring strain is basically tightness in the muscle. There is no tearing. You don't want to be out sprinting a few days after but jogging a week later isn't out of the question. Rest+ice+stretching=good to go.
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Rest+ice+stretching=good to go.

Or -- in this case -- good to wait till training camp.
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by cciowa:
Key word is easing i think

Grade 1 Hamstring strain is basically tightness in the muscle. There is no tearing. You don't want to be out sprinting a few days after but jogging a week later isn't out of the question. Rest+ice+stretching=good to go.

I just hope it isn't the thin edge of the wedge for an injury prone career
None of this will matter when he is on the field this regular season providing victory after victory
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[ Edited by TonyStarks on May 25, 2019 at 8:26 AM ]
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Originally posted by NYniner85:
Originally posted by KittleSkittle:
How is he going to get better conditioning if he has to take a few weeks off after every other drill?

I know how's QW gonna do it too

Originally posted by wysiwyg:
I heard an interesting analysis by Larry Kreuger on KNBR today. Since we are going to 9 wide, it doesn't matter if Bosa misses OTAs. His only job will be to "See QB, go get QB". Kinda like what Walsh did with Haley.

The same applies to Dee Ford on the other side.

Kinda like Mark Gastineau when he was on Roids. And Mary Lyons and Klecko in the middle (Buckner and Thomas in the middle). The New York Sack Exchange.

Lawrence Taylor had free reign by Parcells to go after the QB at will.

He's going to "Boss" QBs around.
Originally posted by TheWooLick:
Originally posted by wysiwyg:
I heard an interesting analysis by Larry Kreuger on KNBR today. Since we are going to 9 wide, it doesn't matter if Bosa misses OTAs. His only job will be to "See QB, go get QB". Kinda like what Walsh did with Haley.

The same applies to Dee Ford on the other side.

Kinda like Mark Gastineau when he was on Roids. And Mary Lyons and Klecko in the middle (Buckner and Thomas in the middle). The New York Sack Exchange.

Lawrence Taylor had free reign by Parcells to go after the QB at will.


Originally posted by LottDMontanaO:
Originally posted by TheWooLick:
Originally posted by wysiwyg:
I heard an interesting analysis by Larry Kreuger on KNBR today. Since we are going to 9 wide, it doesn't matter if Bosa misses OTAs. His only job will be to "See QB, go get QB". Kinda like what Walsh did with Haley.

The same applies to Dee Ford on the other side.

Kinda like Mark Gastineau when he was on Roids. And Mary Lyons and Klecko in the middle (Buckner and Thomas in the middle). The New York Sack Exchange.

Lawrence Taylor had free reign by Parcells to go after the QB at will.



That's what I said when I heard that from Kruger. Let him sniff that QB's jersey and turn him loose like a bloodhound. Don't fill his head with too many details this first year. Let him learn naturally.

Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by cciowa:
Key word is easing i think

Grade 1 Hamstring strain is basically tightness in the muscle. There is no tearing. You don't want to be out sprinting a few days after but jogging a week later isn't out of the question. Rest+ice+stretching=good to go.

Good call Phoenix,
Originally posted by KittleSkittle:
Originally posted by BleedsRedNGold:
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.

How is he going to get better conditioning if he has to take a few weeks off after every other drill?

If you're worrying about conditioning, start with that guy who you wanted to draft with the conditioning problems.
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by cciowa:
Key word is easing i think

Grade 1 Hamstring strain is basically tightness in the muscle. There is no tearing. You don't want to be out sprinting a few days after but jogging a week later isn't out of the question. Rest+ice+stretching=good to go.

The new training staff is behind the full injury reports. They're going ultra conservative and letting guys heal up fully before sending them back out there.
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Originally posted by TheWooLick:
Originally posted by wysiwyg:
I heard an interesting analysis by Larry Kreuger on KNBR today. Since we are going to 9 wide, it doesn't matter if Bosa misses OTAs. His only job will be to "See QB, go get QB". Kinda like what Walsh did with Haley.

The same applies to Dee Ford on the other side.

Kinda like Mark Gastineau when he was on Roids. And Mary Lyons and Klecko in the middle (Buckner and Thomas in the middle). The New York Sack Exchange.

Lawrence Taylor had free reign by Parcells to go after the QB at will.


Originally posted by Memphis9er:
Originally posted by KittleSkittle:
Originally posted by BleedsRedNGold:
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.

How is he going to get better conditioning if he has to take a few weeks off after every other drill?

If you're worrying about conditioning, start with that guy who you wanted to draft with the conditioning problems.

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