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Old 10-03-2012, 01:20 PM   #1
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Gotta love Trent Williams

Trent Williams played hurt to prove himself | ProFootballTalk

This is the kind of effort/selflessness we have lacked for so long. Love it.
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Old 10-03-2012, 01:22 PM   #2
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I am okay with this stuff as long as it doesn't lead to a much serious injury. One thing is being able to play through pain, but another is risking further injury with these types of decisions. Luckily this seems to be in the former category. Glad to see TW owning to his past mistake and growing up though.
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This is the kind of effort/selflessness we have lacked for so long. Love it.
It's the RGIII effect. His awesomeness makes everyone else put forth a better effort.
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Old 10-03-2012, 01:53 PM   #4
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Did he medicate himself before the game
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Old 10-03-2012, 01:59 PM   #5
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Did he medicate himself before the game
http://images.nflplayers.com/mediaRe...nce%20List.pdf

your comment didn't go over my head, but what pain management options do they have? from what i gather, they can get high on the codeine horse. is that correct?
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Old 10-03-2012, 02:02 PM   #6
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your comment didn't go over my head, but what pain management options do they have? from what i gather, they can get high on the codeine horse. is that correct?
Presence of Propecia on this list explains the Hasselbecks
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Trent has stepped it up this year.
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It's the RGIII effect. His awesomeness makes everyone else put forth a better effort.
Thats it.
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Presence of Propecia on this list explains the Hasselbecks
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I agree with the poster above. As long as this isn't something that can become more serious, great. I'd rather a player take an extra week then push it and never quite get healthy. See Orakpo, Brian. Hopefully 1 year will let that pec heal up.
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Trent Williams= Iron Man. You have to give him credit for the fortitude that he's shown.
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I was a little nervous quite honestly about TW playing on the wet conditions at Tampa last week. Glad he played though

I know Shanahan (Mike) gave a bit of a team lecture last week (which was primarily directed at Garcon, though some believe it may have also been targeted toward guys like Williams too) that players needed to man up and practice and play through pain. If you're injured that's one thing. But if it's just a matter of tolerating the pain, you better get out there on the field.
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there's really almost no pain when you're chock-full of codeine
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there's really almost no pain when you're chock-full of codeine
Stuff is so good..

Anyways Trent is a beast and our 2nd most valuable player imo
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I was a little nervous quite honestly about TW playing on the wet conditions at Tampa last week. Glad he played though

I know Shanahan (Mike) gave a bit of a team lecture last week (which was primarily directed at Garcon, though some believe it may have also been targeted toward guys like Williams too) that players needed to man up and practice and play through pain. If you're injured that's one thing. But if it's just a matter of tolerating the pain, you better get out there on the field.
basically, dont be a sissy?
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your comment didn't go over my head, but what pain management options do they have? from what i gather, they can get high on the codeine horse. is that correct?
Maybe he rubbed some of this stuff on it:

NFL’s “magic potion” has risks, players like Urlacher don’t care | ProFootballTalk

Wasnt his injury just a bone bruise in his knee? Im sure that it probably hurts really really bad but i dont think he had any significant chance of injury.
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