Hogs86

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  1. He did not say he believed he had a torn MCL. A sprain is stretched MCL and he may miss a week or two. The preliminary belief is #Redskins RB Derrius Guice suffered an MCL sprain today against the #Packers, source said. Further testing will tell the full story for a talented young player who has been through a lot.
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    !!!!0mgz!!!! Trent Williams finally showed up

    You fools talking about TW and we about to win the WS what is your issue??!
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    Guice Injury and Med staff

    So I guess we now can add Allen to the list? defensive end Jonathan Allen has been ruled out for Sunday’s game against Dallas. Allen suffered an MCL sprain in the opener, after playing just seven snaps. Losing the 2017 first-rounder for any amount of time is a major blow for a team that also found out this week that second-year running back Derrius Guice would miss time after knee surgery.
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    Guice Injury and Med staff

    This is what he said yesterday and it has already been reported that he had it trimmed not a full blown repair. Washington running back Derrius Guice will be out at least for a while, after surgery to address a torn meniscus. There’s a chance he’ll be out for the rest of the year. The question is whether Dr. James Andrews trimmed the meniscus or repaired it. A full-blown repair requires much more recovery time, but it becomes better for the player’s long-term health and performance. Repairing the meniscus keeps it in place; trimming it removes some of the natural cushioning in the knee, moving the player toward an eventual bone-on-bone situation. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/09/12/derrius-guice-could-be-out-for-the-year/
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    Guice Injury and Med staff

    These two are a big part of the Redskins medical staff. Along with many others. Both have great resumes that represents there skill sets. The Redskins have the best Orthopedic surgeon on speed dial Dr. Andrews. I agree with NOCALMIKE. Football is a violent game. Take a look around he NFL and look at all the injuries just in the first week. I do not know if the Redskins staff does anything more or less than any other NFL staff? Welcome To The Team, Dr. Robin West! About Robin West, MD Dr. Robin West is a board-certified orthopedic and sports medicine surgeon. She joined Inova Medical Group in 2014 and has more than 20 years of clinical experience. As Chairman of Inova Sports Medicine, Dr. West directs the clinical, strategic, administrative and academic affairs of the comprehensive program. Dr. West currently serves as the Lead Team Physician for the Washington Nationals and the Head Team Physician for the Washington Redskins. She previously served as a team physician for the Pittsburgh Steelers and also served as team physician for the athletic department at the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University. She was an Associate Professor at the University of Pittsburgh and is presently an Associate Professor at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine and at Georgetown University Medical Center. Dr. West currently serves on the board of directors of the NFL Physician’s Society and the NFL Scouting Medical Committee. She previously served on the board of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM). She currently serves on the editorial board of Orthopaedics Today and was previously a deputy editor of the American Journal of Orthopaedics. She is an active member in the NFL and MLB Physicians’ Societies, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS), Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA), and AOSSM. https://www.redskins.com/video/welcome-to-the-team-dr-robin-west-17258647 Larry Hess Head Athletic Trainer Larry Hess is entering his 17th season with the Washington Redskins and his eighth as Head Athletic Trainer in 2018. He previously spent four seasons as the Redskins Director of Rehabilitation (2006-09) after originally joining the club as Physical Therapist/Assistant Athletic Trainer (2002-05). Hess oversees the team’s athletic training and medical needs and works as a liaison to the coaching staff and front office. In his previous role, Hess directed and implemented the team’s rehabilitation program, ensuring athletes’ healthy return to the playing field and preventing future injury. In 2018, Hess played a leading role in creating a state-of-the-art recovery center at Inova Sports Performance Center at Redskins Park, visiting other facilities across various sports and continents before implementing his vision for the nearly 2,000-square-foot center in the facility’s southwest corner. The innovative center features a cryotherapy chamber, photobiomodulation therapy bed and sensory deprivation float orbs in addition to a dedicated space for sports vision training. https://www.redskins.com/team/front-office-roster/larry-hess
  6. I just watched Grudens presser. Gruden said Dr. Andrews preformed a simple procedure today. Most of the media is reporting he will be out from 4-8 weeks. For 20 years I owned a running store. Running was my Prozac.......
  7. I agree. I had my meniscus trimmed about three years ago on my left knee. I guess after running 80 miles a week for 25 + years things start wear and tear. When I was younger i had had ACL surgery. Having your meniscus trimmed is truly nothing compared to having a torn ligament. Everyone healing time is different. I can only speak for myself I was back to playing tennis full speed in four weeks with no setbacks. I think DG will be more than okay at least I hope so.
  8. I guess we now have two D players from JMU now who won the National championship in 2016 and runner up in 2017. ANDREW ANKRAH 2017 as a Redshirt Senior: Started all 15 games at defensive line… Team Captain... FCS ADA Defensive Player of the Year... Finished third in voting for STATS FCS Buck Buchanan Award… Consensus FCS First Team All-American… FCS ADA All-American, becoming JMU's second player ever to make this team... Associated Press FCS First Team All-American... STATS FCS First Team All-American... AFCA FCS First Team All-American... HERO Sports FCS First Team All-American... CAA Defensive Player of the Year... Touchdown Club of Richmond Division I Defensive Lineman of the Year... First Team All-CAA Defensive Lineman... VaSID First Team All-State... Charles Haley Defensive MVP... Had 59 total tackles (32 solo), to go with 15.5 tackles for loss, 8.5 sacks, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, a defensive touchdown, one pass breakup and four quarterback hurries… Ranked second in the CAA in tackles for loss and tied for fourth in sacks… Had 2.5 tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks against Villanova (Oct. 14) and at Rhode Island (Nov. 4)… Recovered a fumble for his first career touchdown at Delaware (Sept. 30)… Had a full sack in seven games… Also had 2.0 tackles for loss against Norfolk State (Sept. 16) and at Delaware… Had at least 1.0 TFL in nine outings… Three or more tackles in 12 games… STATS FCS Second Team Preseason All-American... Preseason All-CAA selection.
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    2019 NFL Draft discussion thread

    He has played against Carson Wentz, Ryan Finley, Kyle Laulette, Mitch Trubisky. JMU plays a hard schedule for a FCS school they open up at WVU this year.
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    2019 NFL Draft discussion thread

    I have seen Moreland play for the last four years. Outside of Charles Haley and Gary Clark the best JMU football player. He will make the Redskins!!
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    2019 NFL Draft discussion thread

    Daniel Jeremiah‏Verified account @MoveTheSticks FollowFollow @MoveTheSticks More One of my favorite late round guys is James Madison CB Jimmy Moreland. He's a ballhawk with outstanding play speed. He's undersized but I could see him moving to safety and getting his hands on a bunch of footballs. He reminds me of @Damontaekazee coming out of college. Pick Jimmy Moreland fom JMU and call it a day!!
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    2019 NFL Draft discussion thread

    This draft has the potential of being one of the Redskins best draft in years. 'Skins draft Brandt's top player remaining Gil Brandt had Kelvin Harmon ranked as his No. 56 prospect in this year's draft. He falls to the Redskins late in the sixth round.
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    2019 NFL Draft discussion thread

    It does not get much better than Great Blue North Draft Report....
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    2019 NFL Draft discussion thread

    Are you sure about that? 2019 WR ranking April 21, 2019 9:07 PM Search: 1 DK Metcalf 6-3.3 228 4.33c Mississippi RSO X 2 Marquise Brown 5-9.5 166 4.40e Oklahoma JR X 3 AJ Brown 6-0.5 226 4.49c Mississippi JR 4 N'Keal Harry 6-2.5 228 4.53c Arizona State JR 5 Parris Campbell 5-11.5 205 4.31c Ohio State SR 6 Deebo Samuel 5-11.2 214 4.48c South Carolina SR 7 Hakeem Butler 6-5.5 227 4.48c Iowa State JR 8 Riley Ridley 6-1.2 199 4.58c Georgia JR 9 Kelvin Harmon 6-2.5 221 4.60c North Carolina State JR 10 Terry McLaurin 6-0 208 4.35c Ohio State SR
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    2019 NFL Draft discussion thread

    Ohio state the 10th ranked WR not bad.