I think it was a MCL. They try to minimally comply with the injury reporting rules like Belichick. Does it really matter? Why do you feel like you need to know. Recovery time is what I really need to know. Granted you can tell the recovery time from the injury. ACL > MCL etc.
Thanks for stopping by. That went by fast. Make sure you take care of your Mothers on Sunday!!!!! My Mom's card was mailed. Queen Led got her a Macy's gift card. She's visiting next week. Pick her up from the airport on Wednesday.
In the two-deep chart I posted on AJC. Com I had : LT Matthews, LG Person, C Joe Hawley, RG Asamoah and RT Sam Baker. Joey Barksdale was in for a tryout.
A free agent they signed from St. Louis.
Yes. I was "told" to put him there.
I really don't care about jersey numbers.
Look up his numbers. Moves well for big man.
In 1981, Rutigliano and Cleveland Clinic doctor Gregory Collins developed the "Inner Circle," a confidential support group for Browns battling substance abuse. (Why this concept hasn't been moved forward by each and every NFL team is beyond me.)
I have Mike Person at LG right now. This has to be the last chance for Holmes and Konz. They have struggled mightily. Holmes is athletic the scheme fits him. He needs to get NASTY!!!!!
They weren't going anywhere. They received too much money to come here. I'm projecting that Paul Soliai starts at DT and Jackson is Hageman insurance at DE.
No! Joe Panos, former NFL Lineman and his agent, won't let that happen. Big 'Shede looked good at minicamp. Hope he's not a tease.
Yeah, a lot of people were whispering that last weekend. "Seems like TD is blaming Smitty for the downfall."
The scheme doesn't make the player. It just doesn't. So, I don't think Dan Quinn has a magical scheme wand to change them from last in the league. The players have to play. I think Ra'Shede Hageman has the biggest upside of the returning players. I want to see more of Dezmen Southward. He flashed once got healthy. If Clayborn can play, that would also be helpful.
Not sure they are strong enough up front on the offensive line. I like how the defensive front is shaping up. The key is Ra'Shede Hageman turning into a force. He has to come through. Whatever Beasley does as a rookie will be gravy if Hageman is stomping around opponent's backfields.
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Jmincy --- .love your veiws and insights regarding the team ! How do you think we will match up with top teams . Win the division or nah?
Vic Beasley is from Adairsville. Big Grady Jarrett is from Conyers. Auburn's Jon Mincy is getting a tryout and he's from Southwest DeKalb. The music is much better at Quinn's stretching sessions. He hasn't let us watch practice yet, so we just have what the players are saying. Julio Jones, whom I trust, is digging the practices.
He would have been brought back by now. He was not re-signed.
Bell is off to a good start. He's beating the Big 10 Curse right now. You know, other than that drug suspension.
He is the major concern. If they hit on him that will be great. But there are some bust factors that they can't ignore.
I concur. The idea is to get the best players you can. They pass on too many guys who can actually play the game. Signing Collins would be like having two first-round picks!!! I'd get him and put him at left guard immediately. He can move out to tackle later. I'd play him like Dallas played Zach Martin last season.
Yes, they'll get the Julio deal done. Dezmen Southward or Godrey at FS. Don't see a trade for a tackle. They may sign Joe Barksdale.
Dezmen Southward was drafted for that position last year. He'll get the first shot. He's why they didn't re-sign Dwight Lowery.
He has to overcome "The NFL Curse of the Big 10 Running Back". A lot of the big-time Big Ten backs have flopped in the NFL. Archie Griffin, Ron Dayne and Darrell Thompson come to mind. Eddie George was pretty decent though.
Doubt it. He'd love to play here. All players love the ATL. He worked out before the draft in Duluth.
I'm not sure. :The blocking is still suspect to me.
I saw him at the minicamp, but didn't get to check in with him. I don't think so. He broke his leg.
They kicked the tires on Joe Barksdale after the draft, but he's a tackle. Yes, the offensive line is a concern.
He'll be in the OLB rotation. He didn't make the two-deep at OLB.
Why are you concerned about the balls, though? Just play. #SpiritOfShadiness