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Keep grinding Mr Horne.  We'll all be excited to see you back for fall camp. 

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He will be pure fire in this new offense

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2 hours ago, Skingraft said:

He will be pure fire in this new offense

I just hope he is 100% guys usually lose some explosiveness after this kind of surgery. I'm sure the staff will be super careful with him as his speed can be game changing when he's right

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30 minutes ago, Bull Dozer said:

I just hope he is 100% guys usually lose some explosiveness after this kind of surgery. I'm sure the staff will be super careful with him as his speed can be game changing when he's right

I don't worry so much when it happens this young and it's only the ACL... from what I understand his mcl and meniscus were still in tact and that's actually good.  I would not expect him to be doing anything in the spring except rehab... I'd actually be shocked if he's returning kickoffs to open the season.  But I would expect him to make a full recovery.

I've had acl reconstruction with some damage to the mcl (not a complete tear)... took me 9 months before I felt really good again.  

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5 hours ago, NewEnglandBull said:

 

Big deal. I just took the stairs for the first time in 10 years.

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4 minutes ago, TheUpperHand said:

Big deal. I just took the stairs for the first time in 10 years.

I just got over a serious paper cut...almost claimed workers comp...but that’s another story... 

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21 minutes ago, TheUpperHand said:

Big deal. I just took the stairs for the first time in 10 years.

 

16 minutes ago, NewEnglandBull said:

I just got over a serious paper cut...almost claimed workers comp...but that’s another story... 

My lawnmower wasn't working the other day and  I had to pull the start 20+ times to get it going. My shoulder hurt for a few days afterwards and I'm still getting over it. Being old sucks.

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3 hours ago, Calibull said:

I don't worry so much when it happens this young and it's only the ACL... from what I understand his mcl and meniscus were still in tact and that's actually good.  I would not expect him to be doing anything in the spring except rehab... I'd actually be shocked if he's returning kickoffs to open the season.  But I would expect him to make a full recovery.

I've had acl reconstruction with some damage to the mcl (not a complete tear)... took me 9 months before I felt really good again.  

I completely tore my ACL, MCL, and tore my meniscus in two places and I have never been the same. With that being said I wasn't much of an athlete to begin with, but when I blew out my knee I lost all chances of warming a bench anywhere in America. T. Horne is on a completely different level and will come back better than ever. 3 KO returns his first game back!

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