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Discussion in 'Carolina Panthers' started by dig-it, Mar 4, 2022.

  1. dig-it

    dig-it Paddy O'Chair

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    Terrace Marshall has the toughness of a snowflake in Florida.
    Is he someone the Panthers can rely on to play a full season?
    I don't know if Andre Roberts has his heart in the game any more. I don't know for sure, but just a feeling I have.
    I do like what little I've seen from Derek Wright. I wonder if he could also contribute on special teams.
    Shi Smith has also surprised me. He seems to fight for the ball better than some on the team, i.e. Robbie... and could also return kicks and punts.
    I haven't really heard anything about Ra'Shaun Henry from camp. Kirkwood always seems to be a bad fall from IR.
    I'd definitely put Ricci at TE and I still don't trust that Ian Thomas can get open.
    Zylstra will probably stick around for special teams.
    Rambo won't make the team.
     
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    Matt Carrol out with a "significant" injury

    PJ says yes. Further wmploymen
     
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    presidence99 es lo que hay.

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    Are there are young qbs they can panic buy like they did at corner? Mond?
     
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    That's odd. There has to be a difference in severity on whether or not surgery is the option.

    "A 2016 study in the American Journal of Sports Medicine determined NFL players with Lisfranc injuries treated without surgery missed an average of 6.2 months recovering and those who underwent surgery missed an average of 11.6 months. Rhule said Corral, his family, agent and team doctors are exploring the best option."
     
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    Different degrees of lisfranc the worst I read about was a multiple fracture/ligament tear where a guys foot would spread out some when he stood on it. Like it was jelly.

    Theyre probably looking for swelling to drop so they can do more imaging on Golden Corral.
     
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    I'm in Philadelphia getting blind drunk. I didn't see any injury watching it however it keeps pj under contract
     

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