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I would rather go down with the motha ******** pontoon boat if i received that poop dick of an offer. 

Kenny Golladay (hamstring) out for Week 1 (One week later) "...The issue here is the pain Golladay would feel when trying to raise his arms above his head to catch passes. "    

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6 minutes ago, nk2333 said:

The last blurb said 

 

Based on that, is there reason for optimism ?

No imo. He injured in practice and couldn't finish and then could not even do individual stuff today. Being a hammy, I am 98.5% certain he sits on Sun. Just have to hope this isn't a multi week issue at this point.

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I'm wondering if this lack of preseason is causing a problem for WR's not having enough time to ramp up their work in preparation for the season. First Evans, now Kenny G. Injuries could be a big problem this year. I think having quality backups will be more important than ever.

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6 minutes ago, ponchsox said:

I'm wondering if this lack of preseason is causing a problem for WR's not having enough time to ramp up their work in preparation for the season. First Evans, now Kenny G. Injuries could be a big problem this year. I think having quality backups will be more important than ever.

Yeppers. It feels as if I have heard of more hammy injuries than at any time this close to the season.

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3 minutes ago, LAeagle said:

Because as an athlete a lot of pressure is placed on your hamstrings.....

I Was an athlete and NEVER had a real hamstring Injury. I do remember having it cramp up on me in one of my high school games but stretched it out and missed maybe 3 plays. Unacceptable

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12 minutes ago, SyNdicateZ said:

Ooof...

 

Why do so many PROFESSIONAL Athletes that make millions have so many Hamstring injuries? 

Not all of them, just the guys who try to run fast. Too bad there aren't OL fantasy positions, we'd be in great shape(hammy-wise)

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4 minutes ago, SyNdicateZ said:

I Was an athlete and NEVER had a real hamstring Injury. I do remember having it cramp up on me in one of my high school games but stretched it out and missed maybe 3 plays. Unacceptable

Back in my day, even when the hamstring fell off the bone, I was still running full speed.  These kids are soft!

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34 minutes ago, ajs723 said:

Sending positive vibes to anyone who owns Golladay and Evans.

F that, sending doom and gloom vibes to anyone who owns those two.

 

Face both in multiple leagues!

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15 minutes ago, SyNdicateZ said:

I Was an athlete and NEVER had a real hamstring Injury. I do remember having it cramp up on me in one of my high school games but stretched it out and missed maybe 3 plays. Unacceptable

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17 minutes ago, SyNdicateZ said:

I Was an athlete and NEVER had a real hamstring Injury. I do remember having it cramp up on me in one of my high school games but stretched it out and missed maybe 3 plays. Unacceptable

How did your professional high school career go?

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12 minutes ago, SyNdicateZ said:

I Was an athlete and NEVER had a real hamstring Injury. I do remember having it cramp up on me in one of my high school games but stretched it out and missed maybe 3 plays. Unacceptable

So obviously I was never close to these guys as an athlete but I had two hamstring injuries. Once for basketball and once for football.

They're so damn brutal and it is very easy to see why a hamstring injury can ruin a season. You can be walking normally, moving normally, and feel ready to go and then the first time you explode in a game you feel a tug and that's that. Even when you play it's half assed because you can feel the hamstring ready to burst. **** makes no sense and there's a reason hamstring injuries are so annoying. They realistically require 4-12 weeks depending on how bad it is yet players almost always return in like a third of that because TECHNICALLY you can play. So it leads to an extremely frustrating cycle of players playng at like 40%-70% effort, getting reinjured, and just overall being a headache to own. 

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