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PostPosted: Thu Apr 25, 2013 11:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I don't watch a lot of college football (blasphemy I know), but how come it always seems like prospects from Alabama have some sort of injury concern:
Milliner: shoulder
Lacy: hamstring/knee
Williams: knee

Richardson and Ingram had concerns too. Same with Barron.

Time heals all wounds but this seems more than coincidence... Think


look who they go against in practice. They also sacrifice their bodies and do what it takes to win NC, then worry about the injuries in the offseason. How many games have they all really missed? Milliner and Barron didnt miss one
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 25, 2013 12:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

bucstopshere wrote:
canadabuccaneer wrote:
I don't watch a lot of college football (blasphemy I know), but how come it always seems like prospects from Alabama have some sort of injury concern:
Milliner: shoulder
Lacy: hamstring/knee
Williams: knee

Richardson and Ingram had concerns too. Same with Barron.

Time heals all wounds but this seems more than coincidence... Think


look who they go against in practice. They also sacrifice their bodies and do what it takes to win NC, then worry about the injuries in the offseason. How many games have they all really missed? Milliner and Barron didnt miss one


I knew if anyone had the answer it would be bsh Laughing That's a good point though. That sacrifice to win is a good trait to have going into the NFL as everyone plays hurt during the season. It may also be they have so many prospects compared to other colleges that it seems like guys from bama have more injury concerns.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 25, 2013 2:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

bucstopshere wrote:
canadabuccaneer wrote:
I don't watch a lot of college football (blasphemy I know), but how come it always seems like prospects from Alabama have some sort of injury concern:
Milliner: shoulder
Lacy: hamstring/knee
Williams: knee

Richardson and Ingram had concerns too. Same with Barron.

Time heals all wounds but this seems more than coincidence... Think


look who they go against in practice. They also sacrifice their bodies and do what it takes to win NC, then worry about the injuries in the offseason. How many games have they all really missed? Milliner and Barron didnt miss one


Also Barron played with, I believe it was, 2 sports hernias before he finally had the surgery to get then fixed before the draft.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 25, 2013 2:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ABucNBradenton wrote:
bucstopshere wrote:
canadabuccaneer wrote:
I don't watch a lot of college football (blasphemy I know), but how come it always seems like prospects from Alabama have some sort of injury concern:
Milliner: shoulder
Lacy: hamstring/knee
Williams: knee

Richardson and Ingram had concerns too. Same with Barron.

Time heals all wounds but this seems more than coincidence... Think


look who they go against in practice. They also sacrifice their bodies and do what it takes to win NC, then worry about the injuries in the offseason. How many games have they all really missed? Milliner and Barron didnt miss one


Also Barron played with, I believe it was, 2 sports hernias before he finally had the surgery to get then fixed before the draft.


correct. Nothing super painful, had one done this jan. Recovery for the first couple weeks suck though.

And of course I gotta stick up for my Bama boys Wink
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 25, 2013 5:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

bucstopshere wrote:
ABucNBradenton wrote:
bucstopshere wrote:
canadabuccaneer wrote:
I don't watch a lot of college football (blasphemy I know), but how come it always seems like prospects from Alabama have some sort of injury concern:
Milliner: shoulder
Lacy: hamstring/knee
Williams: knee

Richardson and Ingram had concerns too. Same with Barron.

Time heals all wounds but this seems more than coincidence... Think


look who they go against in practice. They also sacrifice their bodies and do what it takes to win NC, then worry about the injuries in the offseason. How many games have they all really missed? Milliner and Barron didnt miss one


Also Barron played with, I believe it was, 2 sports hernias before he finally had the surgery to get then fixed before the draft.


correct. Nothing super painful, had one done this jan. Recovery for the first couple weeks suck though.

And of course I gotta stick up for my Bama boys Wink


I thought he said it really held him back?

I know some hernias are very painful and others people don't feel at all.

Either way, beast.
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 26, 2013 2:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

RoeKG wrote:
I thought he said it really held him back?

I know some hernias are very painful and others people don't feel at all.

Either way, beast.


You know IDK. For a year and a half mine didnt bug me at all other then a lump that stuck out. Suddenly one day it started hurting bad to the point that I had to take medication for it to sleep. That's when I knew it was time for surgery
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 26, 2013 6:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

bucstopshere wrote:
RoeKG wrote:
I thought he said it really held him back?

I know some hernias are very painful and others people don't feel at all.

Either way, beast.


You know IDK. For a year and a half mine didnt bug me at all other then a lump that stuck out. Suddenly one day it started hurting bad to the point that I had to take medication for it to sleep. That's when I knew it was time for surgery

AD's sports hernia didn't seem to bother him.
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PostPosted: Tue May 07, 2013 8:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

What do you guys think of maybe bring in Aaron Curry for the SLB. I mean I don't feel comfortable with what we have. Some will say its not a glorified position on our defense and Hayward is capable but I thought of it a different way. If Hayward is capable to play this useless position why didn't we just let him start instead of resigning Black a couple years back.
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PostPosted: Tue May 07, 2013 9:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ABucNBradenton wrote:
What do you guys think of maybe bring in Aaron Curry for the SLB. I mean I don't feel comfortable with what we have. Some will say its not a glorified position on our defense and Hayward is capable but I thought of it a different way. If Hayward is capable to play this useless position why didn't we just let him start instead of resigning Black a couple years back.


The reason we brough black was he was going to stay on the SLB, but also wear the MIKE and play all 3 downs, which was the plan originally. That didn't work out as him and Foster were supposed to be in on nickel situations and we found out Black wasn't a 3 down Backer.

We have 2 good ones in David and Foster. David has All Pro potential in him. He's a stud.
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PostPosted: Fri May 10, 2013 3:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kind of explains why we are probably not to interested in Abraham.

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A league source told ProFootballTalk.com that Abraham's playing-time demands have been an impediment to a new contract since the onset of free agency. Per PFT, Abraham's goal is to play 60 or more snaps per game, while interested teams envision him as a passing-down specialist.


Can't afford to give him those types of snaps and take them away from Bowers and Clayborn.
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PostPosted: Sat May 11, 2013 10:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

ABucNBradenton wrote:
What do you guys think of maybe bring in Aaron Curry for the SLB. I mean I don't feel comfortable with what we have. Some will say its not a glorified position on our defense and Hayward is capable but I thought of it a different way. If Hayward is capable to play this useless position why didn't we just let him start instead of resigning Black a couple years back.


Couldn't agree more. I'm tired of hearing about how the SLB isn't a priority. You should always be looking to upgrade whether its your quarterback or backup NT. if you can get better...do it. Especially is someone like curry is out there and you can bring them in for dirt cheap. We aren't the 9ers boys...we aren't so good that we shouldn't even upgrade our crappy positions.

Clearly Adam hasn't shown he can be more than a special teams ace and solid backup or we would've never resigned black to a new deal in the first place. I'd rather have an athletic, solid player on the field for whenever we are in our base 4-3. Even if its only a portion of the game
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PostPosted: Sat May 11, 2013 10:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Pvsports9 wrote:
ABucNBradenton wrote:
What do you guys think of maybe bring in Aaron Curry for the SLB. I mean I don't feel comfortable with what we have. Some will say its not a glorified position on our defense and Hayward is capable but I thought of it a different way. If Hayward is capable to play this useless position why didn't we just let him start instead of resigning Black a couple years back.


Couldn't agree more. I'm tired of hearing about how the SLB isn't a priority. You should always be looking to upgrade whether its your quarterback or backup NT. if you can get better...do it. Especially is someone like curry is out there and you can bring them in for dirt cheap. We aren't the 9ers boys...we aren't so good that we shouldn't even upgrade our crappy positions.

Clearly Adam hasn't shown he can be more than a special teams ace and solid backup or we would've never resigned black to a new deal in the first place. I'd rather have an athletic, solid player on the field for whenever we are in our base 4-3. Even if its only a portion of the game

Curry sucks though. Laughing He's not an improvement.
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PostPosted: Sat May 11, 2013 10:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

bucsfan333 wrote:
Pvsports9 wrote:
ABucNBradenton wrote:
What do you guys think of maybe bring in Aaron Curry for the SLB. I mean I don't feel comfortable with what we have. Some will say its not a glorified position on our defense and Hayward is capable but I thought of it a different way. If Hayward is capable to play this useless position why didn't we just let him start instead of resigning Black a couple years back.


Couldn't agree more. I'm tired of hearing about how the SLB isn't a priority. You should always be looking to upgrade whether its your quarterback or backup NT. if you can get better...do it. Especially is someone like curry is out there and you can bring them in for dirt cheap. We aren't the 9ers boys...we aren't so good that we shouldn't even upgrade our crappy positions.

Clearly Adam hasn't shown he can be more than a special teams ace and solid backup or we would've never resigned black to a new deal in the first place. I'd rather have an athletic, solid player on the field for whenever we are in our base 4-3. Even if its only a portion of the game

Curry sucks though. Laughing He's not an improvement.


Ditto bucs fan. Curry was a huge flop. Just bc he was drafted top 5 doesn't mean squat.
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PostPosted: Sat May 11, 2013 1:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

REDandPEWTER wrote:
bucsfan333 wrote:
Pvsports9 wrote:
ABucNBradenton wrote:
What do you guys think of maybe bring in Aaron Curry for the SLB. I mean I don't feel comfortable with what we have. Some will say its not a glorified position on our defense and Hayward is capable but I thought of it a different way. If Hayward is capable to play this useless position why didn't we just let him start instead of resigning Black a couple years back.


Couldn't agree more. I'm tired of hearing about how the SLB isn't a priority. You should always be looking to upgrade whether its your quarterback or backup NT. if you can get better...do it. Especially is someone like curry is out there and you can bring them in for dirt cheap. We aren't the 9ers boys...we aren't so good that we shouldn't even upgrade our crappy positions.

Clearly Adam hasn't shown he can be more than a special teams ace and solid backup or we would've never resigned black to a new deal in the first place. I'd rather have an athletic, solid player on the field for whenever we are in our base 4-3. Even if its only a portion of the game

Curry sucks though. Laughing He's not an improvement.


Ditto bucs fan. Curry was a huge flop. Just bc he was drafted top 5 doesn't mean squat.


It doesn't matter now that curry signed with the Giants. IMO, nexy years draft is loaded with talent at the OLB pos. I say we play this year with what we Have and then draft someone likr Christian Jones from FSU
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PostPosted: Sun May 12, 2013 12:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

When you see the breakdown of what Black played and what he did we really aren't losing much. Honestly if it wasn't for Dom resigning him he probably would have been gone, and there was a good chance of that year injury or not.

I really believe that Dekoda is gonna grab the job or that Goode plays it
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