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Jonathan Stewart to Set Record for Most Hours on a Stationary Bike

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This guy has never been at 100% since being a Panther. But damn if hes this good 75% and 60% Let the son of a bitch rest, and we have AD number 2 here.

 

 

This is certainly a cultural difference between Europe and USA but i have a problem with insulting someone's mother and so the player, a player you obviously like.

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Of any position that doesn't need pre-season it's running back. The real question is whether his ability to condition is affected and it likely is to an extent. I'd rather see him riding a bike than getting hurt. I cringe for all the starters in pre-season. It's stressful.

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Maybe he is/should be training for the Tour De France

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What aggravates me is that he missed what, the last 5 games of the year but didn't have surgery until well after the season?  It seems like this crap happens every year. Guys miss the end of the season yet don't have surgery until Feb-Mar.

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What aggravates me is that he missed what, the last 5 games of the year but didn't have surgery until well after the season?  It seems like this crap happens every year. Guys miss the end of the season yet don't have surgery until Feb-Mar.

What I have always heard is that anything that requires surgery should be avoided when possible. The potential for bad things comes up anytime you are cut into in any way. They are very cautious "prescribing" surgery.

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What I have always heard is that anything that requires surgery should be avoided when possible. The potential for bad things comes up anytime you are cut into in any way. They are very cautious "prescribing" surgery.

Yep. Orthopedic surgeries are a crap shoot and should be avoided unless no other options are available.

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Yep. Orthopedic surgeries are a crap shoot and should be avoided unless no other options are available.

 

this.

 

when a doctor tells me in his own professional lingo that surgery may or may not fix my back problems, I ask him what's the point in cutting me open.

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Yep. Orthopedic surgeries are a crap shoot and should be avoided unless no other options are available.

 

this.

 

when a doctor tells me in his own professional lingo that surgery may or may not fix my back problems, I ask him what's the point in cutting me open.

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What aggravates me is that he missed what, the last 5 games of the year but didn't have surgery until well after the season?  It seems like this crap happens every year. Guys miss the end of the season yet don't have surgery until Feb-Mar.

 

They have to wait for the coupon to be activated,

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