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Thread: RB Daryll Richardson, Rams

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    Quote Originally Posted by greasyObnoxious View Post
    i sense you had him on your team
    I did too sadly.. And had Miller. Luckily not as my #1 but still

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    Jets claimed him so end of discussion
    now he sucks
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    Meh, I'm more concerned about Johnson returning to form than Richardson challenging for the 3rd RB spot.





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    These severe turf toe injuries never really heal, unfortunately, especially among athletes or dancers. Some of them end up limping the rest of their lives. It's a very nasty thing where a series of ligaments that maintain the stability of the toe are sprained. I don't think people have a proper appreciation for how serious an injury it can be given the name of the injury just makes it sound like athlete's foot gone awry. First off ligaments don't heal all that well anyway. They don't get active bloodflow the way tendons or muscles do so they take a lot longer to heal. And to make matters worse your feet don't heal very well because they're so far away from the heart. It's a particularly common injury in offensive linemen, as I recall, since they carry such weight and put so much stress on the toes. But all of the players at explosive positions are at risk.



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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWalrus View Post
    These severe turf toe injuries never really heal, unfortunately, especially among athletes or dancers. Some of them end up limping the rest of their lives. It's a very nasty thing where a series of ligaments that maintain the stability of the toe are sprained. I don't think people have a proper appreciation for how serious an injury it can be given the name of the injury just makes it sound like athlete's foot gone awry. First off ligaments don't heal all that well anyway. They don't get active bloodflow the way tendons or muscles do so they take a lot longer to heal. And to make matters worse your feet don't heal very well because they're so far away from the heart. It's a particularly common injury in offensive linemen, as I recall, since they carry such weight and put so much stress on the toes. But all of the players at explosive positions are at risk.

    i havent been to the dr yet but i'm pretty sure i've been battling turf toe recently. 3 weeks and it still hurts pretty good to put any weight on the toe. it's been a bitch i tell ya
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWalrus View Post
    These severe turf toe injuries never really heal, unfortunately, especially among athletes or dancers. Some of them end up limping the rest of their lives. It's a very nasty thing where a series of ligaments that maintain the stability of the toe are sprained. I don't think people have a proper appreciation for how serious an injury it can be given the name of the injury just makes it sound like athlete's foot gone awry. First off ligaments don't heal all that well anyway. They don't get active bloodflow the way tendons or muscles do so they take a lot longer to heal. And to make matters worse your feet don't heal very well because they're so far away from the heart. It's a particularly common injury in offensive linemen, as I recall, since they carry such weight and put so much stress on the toes. But all of the players at explosive positions are at risk.
    that basically covers all RB's








    OMG... Horrible

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetsattack View Post
    i havent been to the dr yet but i'm pretty sure i've been battling turf toe recently. 3 weeks and it still hurts pretty good to put any weight on the toe. it's been a bitch i tell ya
    Yeah, you should go get it checked out. There are ways to wrap it that can help alleviate that pain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greasyObnoxious View Post
    that basically covers all RB's
    Exactly. It's one thing if you hurt it and you aren't doing things in the near term -- or for your career or life -- that aggravate it. But dancers and athletes put so much stress on their toes it's one of those things that's always going to be a problem. Anyone who's ever severely sprained their ankle will know what I'm talking about. There's a difference between being "healed" and being like you were before.
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