What makes you entitled to medical information about a person you've never met? The next time you or someone in your family goes to the hospital, I'll expect a thread on here with full, detailed updates and high-quality scans of all documentation and doctors' notes. Your stance is entitled at best and unethical at worst. Feeling like you have a right to know any of that situates you as a stakeholder in LK's life. Because you aren't, it means you, as a consumer of the sport, believe this person is not a person at all, but a commodity on which your entertainment depends, thus giving you the right of access to information you wouldn't otherwise have or want from a person not caught up in your gravitational pull (since you've made it clear the sun revolves around you). Get a grip.
The Brees thing is so stupid. There's a difference between getting mental reps and making sure people who are watching know you're into the game. Dude, we get it. You're a hall of famer. We can assume you're into the game. Must've got some Bojangles on the way into town tho. I'd be licking my fingers too.
After reading what the ref claims to have said and employing my amateur lip-reading skills, it seems entirely plausible that the ref said "The difference is you're running" and Cam heard "The difference is you're young." No? Either way, much ado about nothing. We won.