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Charles Johnson-Sprained Knee

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I wouldn't mind if he took Sunday off and let Addison and Alexander play...

 

Dunno how you guys saw it but the fumble recovery by Addison was pure hustle. He was pushed well beyond the play and never gave up. He turned back and went after the play and happened upon the ball...

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Sorry thread was posted soon after another thread I swear wasnt purposefully... I started typing thread before I saw the other

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Addison is a good football player. Massively underrated by the fanbase. Has played a lot this year.

 

 

Still would like Johnson out there.

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2 words. Thank God!

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mild sprain, should be good to go for Sunday

 

No way he plays Sunday.  If he does, I would be shocked.

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if he's medically cleared he'll play

 

there's no "well let me take a week off just to be safe" in the NFL

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If CJ was missing for any extended amout of time those Huddlers that think he is overpaid will realize why you pay stud DEs well.

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That's relieving.

I was so god damn pissed at that leg whip I almost hurt my own knee..

 

They better fine that mother fugger.  I hate dirty players.

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Is there a Doctor in the house? I have a question..

How do you diagnose a knee ligament sprain from a MRI? I suppose it means the MRI shows only some localized swelling around the ligament versus a tear? Is this right? What is the typical recovery time for this injury?

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Is there a Doctor in the house? I have a question..

How do you diagnose a knee ligament sprain from a MRI? I suppose it means the MRI shows only some localized swelling around the ligament versus a tear? Is this right? What is the typical recovery time for this injury?

I am not a doctor, and I did not see the MRI.

 

A sprain can typically mean a bunch of things. It can mean strain and stress to the actual ligament, or typically it means that there was damage to the bone. Ligaments are very strong, oftentimes stronger than the bone they connect to. Many times when people have a severe sprain, instead of just damaging the connective point, they actually damage the bone. The bone heals relatively quickly. 

 

This is why high ankle sprains are so destructive to a season. There's actual damage to the tib/fib, and not just a tendon.

 

i have experience, like I said earlier, with an MCL sprain. It was bad for about a week and a half-two weeks. Then suddenly it just got better. I did this without the kind of world class rehab and sports medicine doctors CJ will have access to.

 

That said, there's no way he plays this week. Maybe if it was a playoff game or something they'd load him up with Toradol and put him out there but it simply doesn't make sense against the Dolphins. 

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