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1 minute ago, Ted Ginn Jr.'s Hands said:

My thought is that it looked like a sprain.  I mean, if he's walking, it can't be terrible, right?

Doubt he’d walk on a torn Achilles 

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I teach graduate students.  Rivera's expression is not unlike that student who you don't even call on because you know he does not have a meaningful contribution to the discussion.  I laugh when I see it.

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Some of you guys most be basking in the glory of your negativity...

I've never seen a guy break an ankle or tear an Achilles and walk like that.

 

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2 minutes ago, LegioX said:

Wasted talent. Wasted all that good talent because we have a poo coach and a poo coaching staff in general.

That will be a phrase to sum up the Rivera era. "Wasted talent".

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Man already  sly remarks about certain  players.

chicken littles out in full force

losing atm....

man seems like a regular season game

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2 minutes ago, Ted Ginn Jr.'s Hands said:

My thought is that it looked like a sprain.  I mean, if he's walking, it can't be terrible, right?

who knows..got hit by a car when 17 broke my taylor dome..walked around fro two days before finally going to a dr because the swelling never went down..it didnt hurt much so i figured i just sprained it

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Just now, Ted Ginn Jr.'s Hands said:

Maybe Eric Washington is calling plays?

maybe..but dont show your best poo in a meaningless game

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It's not an achilles tear. And foot doesn't look like it's broken. It's probably just a sprain. Y'all are bunch of negative Nancy's damn.

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