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Deshaun Allegations detailed (not good)


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5 minutes ago, therealmjl said:

Yeah - I still don't know what to make of these complaints. It's some pretty sketchy stuff and a pattern of poor judgement if all of this is true? 

Well like Shannon Sharpe said on his show....he has the same masseuse for years. Even before metoo or whatever I wouldn't be having a different person everytime and all that poo. There is definitely bad judgement at least.

And I do just that myself as I need a lot of work. Have had the same person for years. 

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1 minute ago, Harbingers said:

Which gender aside is a huge thing. When people find a doctor, dentist, hairstylist, Massage therapist, etc etc they go to that same person indefinitely. A bunch of random IG women(whether certified or not) doesn’t really say medicinal properties were the most important factor in his mind. 
 

Plus don’t NFL teams have crews or contracts with services to do massages for their guys through their medical staff? I would think so at least. 

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1 hour ago, stirs said:

Did ya'll need massages when you were 25?

If so, why?

It's quite common for athletes to get massages and mobility work.

What I find unusual is that he brought in people from outside the organization. 

Why wouldn't he use the training room and team trainers?

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3 minutes ago, Catsfan69 said:

It's quite common for athletes to get massages and mobility work.

What I find unusual is that he brought in people from outside the organization.

And meeting them alone.

Gotta be aware how huge a risk that is.

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2 minutes ago, Catsfan69 said:

It's quite common for athletes to get massages and mobility work.

What I find unusual is that he brought in people from outside the organization. 

Why wouldn't he use the training room and team trainers?

Given how many Chiropractors there are which usually have massage therapy specialists in there as well AND since insurance typically doesn't cover it AND it is typically expensive I'd say yea people need it and do go.

For me the better question would be wtf are you doing to where you DONT need an adjustment/get the knots out. So many people tense up in ways they don't even know and the tightening muscles pull(or push) on your bones which over time gets them out of alignment which then slips the disc or damages a nerve etc. It's almost never simply "oh I just bend over and there went my back".

Your back went because it's tight and never been stretched out and the force being applied on it by your own muscles over time slipped the disc when you incorrectly bent down.

Honestly if Chiro was accepted by insurance it'd put a lot of other poo doctors out of business b/c it actually works without pills and poo.

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I said it earlier in the thread as a joke, but it actually is true. Other than Roddy White's dumb tweet ... there sure are a LOT of fellow athletes in all sports being verrrrry quiet right now. Probably scrubbing their social accounts, lol. Dudes gotta learn to just stay off Snapchat, Kik, TikTok, and IG. Politicians too, lol.

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