Danny Boy's come a LONG way in terms of being an owner if he's not considering firing Shanny.Nobody is going anywhere... Not that pissed..
Shanny would have been absolutely GONE if this was 2000 or even 2006 Danny.
Last edited by The Robert Griffin Experience; January-9th-2013 at 01:14 AM.
So we're fairly certain it was his last ACL injury acting up, as opposed to additional damage to an already shaky knee? That's great news if so. Rehabilitation time should be much shorter.
If it makes a difference, Andrews did not do the 2009 surgery.
Andrews is considered the best in the country. If anybody can get that knee fixed its him.
Last edited by s0crates; January-9th-2013 at 02:36 AM.
The press asked a Redskins executive about the salary cap penalty and the executive responded, "Ask John Mara." So the press asked Mara and he said, “What they did was in violation of the spirit of the salary cap. "
Oh I see now, even though there was no actual salary cap in 2010 according to the CBA, the "spirit" of the salary cap still existed. Thanks for clearing that up Mara.
You know, this is going to be a crazy offseason...Last offseason, RG III was kind of a mystery. We wanted to see him throw, we wanted to see him run, we wanted to see him practice. Hell, we wanted to see him in a Redskin uniform. This offseason, we are going to be flying off the handle looking for any videos of him rehabbing and getting better.
Horrible. Rehab 6-8 months. That's pretty close. Do we really want to trot him out there fresh off surgeries? I guess time will tell how the rehab goes but I'm preparing myself for 2014. He will be 24 and have A LOT of football ahead of him. Devastating news really and I hope it's not the redskins crack medical staff that is rehabbing him.
Andrews, being the professional that he is, would probably never criticize a fellow physcian publically, but I get the impression that with him wanting to do total reconstrctive surgery on the graft, that he isn't impressed with the work, seeing it as some sort of patch job rather than the work that had to be done.
That hasn't been said anywhere... I'm just getting that impression.
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This is 2013. Not 1981.
RG3 is not going to have to sit out for TWENTY months. Medical advances are much more...... advanced.... than you apparently realize.
HAIL TO THE REDSKINS!!!!
Last edited by Zazzaro703; January-9th-2013 at 05:32 AM.
RG III is the type of cat where any doubters are just going to give him that extra drive and motivation to prove them wrong. This kid is made for this moment to prove he's better than ever
Last edited by Murphs56; January-9th-2013 at 05:49 AM.
I'd lean on the side of being overly cautious. Once he seems ready to go and the knee seems stable and strong, then continue to work a while to strengthen it before exposing it to the hits of linebackers and defensive linemen. If he's "ready" to go medically for game one I'd like him to take an extra month getting really ready.
Overall, probably the best news we could hope for.
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