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Word has it. Two weeks ahead of schedule.
Very good news. Would be a big plus to have him back.
Big news if true. I find it hard to believe he will be 100%.
That would be a great Christmas present.
Never Gets Old
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While I hope this is true I find it hard to believe he'd be ready for full contact in just a few weeks.
Eat clean. Train Hard.
LOL thanks Phil!
Interesting. And, it would certainly help the Tide in Miami if true. I am a bit curious about the source of this info.
I will hang up and listen. TIA
please, please, please let this be true!
Well we saw him working in the pool on conditioning.
Didn't another poster in another thread say he was seen limping at the mall YESTERDAY? Love to have him back, but let's remember that he had a broken leg a few weeks ago along with major surgery. He may be "back", but not 100% the speed he was beforehand.
I have heard he is progressing well also. I'd be surprised if he is in condition to play though, but he is a WR and can get a lot of rest in between snaps. I would not get your hopes up though guys....also I believe somebody said something about him being seen limping around...I expect this would be normal if he is starting to run and he's getting the blood flowing good in that area again.
"You don't always get what you want, but you always get what you deserve"
I dont think he had surgery, however I could be wrong.
CNS said he had a rod inserted.
Yea he had a rod or plate inserted to stabilize the bone.
That post said he could not see a limp.
He was limping noticeably yesterday at graduation
Watched KB walking up and down the stage and across the basketball court at graduation. There was without question, NO sign of a limp.
Ain't what I saw.
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