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Missing Practice (not just Newton)

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Per various sources, Bruce Irvin, Rashaan Gaulden and Kawann Short have all been missing practice for the last few days.

Short was reportedly at practice today but not practicing.

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I haven't looked it up but if I recall correctly, Irvin missed a fair amount of time last year (even as a part-time player).

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48 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

Per various sources, Bruce Irvin, Rashaan Gaulden and Kawann Short have all been missing practice for the last few days.

Short was reportedly at practice today but not practicing.

Classic Hurney Move. 

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41 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

I haven't looked it up but if I recall correctly, Irvin missed a fair amount of time last year (even as a part-time player).

He appeared in all 16 games last year. He had actually appeared in all 16 games for three consecutive seasons and had only missed 6 total games in his 7 season career, 4 of those coming during his second season in the league.

Not sure where this talk of Irvin being an injury prone player came from.

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1 minute ago, mjligon said:

Irvin cashing them check$$$$ 

#hurney

Blaming Hurney for a guy that really has no significant injury missing time for a pulled hamstring is dumb. Irvin has missed a total of 6 games in 7 seasons in his career going into this year.

Burns has been great replacing him so I’m not too worried. Saw that Burns is like 7th in the league in QB pressure rate.

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KK Short is a big one

 

Butler hasnt even been able to get a jersey the last 2 weeks.  Now he could get thrusted into the lineup 

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7 minutes ago, Bartin said:

Blaming Hurney for a guy that really has no significant injury missing time for a pulled hamstring is dumb. Irvin has missed a total of 6 games in 7 seasons in his career going into this year.

Burns has been great replacing him so I’m not too worried. Saw that Burns is like 7th in the league in QB pressure rate.

Sorry let me correct it then.

rashan gaulden cashing them check$$$

#hurney

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2 minutes ago, mjligon said:

Sorry let me correct it then.

rashan gaulden cashing them check$$$

#hurney

Cam not practicing ?? Just cashing them check$$$!

#hurney

(Am I doing this rite?)

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1 hour ago, LinvilleGorge said:

Hamstrings linger. So do foot injuries. So much for our odd year theory.

Damn.  Forgot about that.  Hell if we can’t win in an odd year it’s time to burn this place down. 

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10 minutes ago, MasterAwesome said:

Cam not practicing ?? Just cashing them check$$$!

#hurney

(Am I doing this rite?)

Cam has had a nice career here to earn that cash

 

What has Gaulden done other than Hurney reaching and picking him in the 3rd round?

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40 minutes ago, LinvilleGorge said:

He appeared in all 16 games last year. He had actually appeared in all 16 games for three consecutive seasons and had only missed 6 total games in his 7 season career, 4 of those coming during his second season in the league.

Not sure where this talk of Irvin being an injury prone player came from.

How many snaps, though?

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