Last edited by Skinz4Life12; January-8th-2013 at 09:28 PM.
WOW! This could be tough. ESPN just posted he could be out 4 to 6 months if it is just one and if both need to be reconstructed he could be out 9-12 months.
Kirk Cousins you just may get your Chance to Prove your worth next year... Lets Pray RGIII will not need to have major surgery as suggested!
I'm a little out of touch since the game Sunday, but I'm sure RG will be ready for the Pro Bowl in a couple weeks. I heard he has one of those chambers he can go into and come out good to go. That being said.
This is the NFL and John Gruden called it right weeks ago. Theres a reason NFL teams dont run the pistol. Heres looking at a full recovery (no matter how long it takes) and a change in the system next year.
It seems dr. Andrews comments about being very nervous about him playing were a bad omen of things to come
Last edited by Skinz4Life12; January-8th-2013 at 09:35 PM.
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There is much debate about using allografts vs autografts in young athletes. An allo can be rejected, diseased (rare) but even the process of sterilization can delay revascularization. But, you're right - his first recon limits his options. It'll be interesting to see what route the good doc takes. My money is on a hamstring autograft. Thanks for you post.
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