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He looked pretty good in both warm ups Sunday, didn't seem limited or to be favoring it all ..... just reached down one time, that I saw, and touched that knee area. I wouldn't be surprised either way, playing or not playing next couple of games.

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2 hours ago, MikeG said:

absolutely - I can't recall which star receiver it was (mid-2000s) on the football team that we tried getting out on the field a little early and it cost us him for a third of the season. Slightly different sport in terms of physicality but the general importance of being able to run the court is critical.

I think the coaches will make the right call. While I can relate to some players still going out a little banged up (gamers! - most of us remember doing this ourselves back when we played a sport)- hamstrings are like Trip says-- very tricky.

Amari Jackson?

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AJ Love?  2008 St. Pete Bowl? Now you have us going.

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15 hours ago, flsportsfan83 said:

Amari Jackson?

 

8 hours ago, Grateful Dad said:

AJ Love?  2008 St. Pete Bowl? Now you have us going.

Not sure-- I wish I could remember. I only remember some shred of the discussion about if we handled it right or not. It was a hindsight 20/20 situation as I recall. I do remember people blaming CJL for it though.

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6 minutes ago, NewEnglandBull said:

 

Good to go

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Yetna has been officially medically cleared to play tonight 

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