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CloakNNNdagger 09-18-2013 08:20 PM

Wednesday Injury Report: Texans vs. Ravens
 
Notable changes from last week's injury report.:

Jamison................off the report (from previous foot)
Keo......................off the report (from previous Achilles)
B. Reed.................off the report (from previous back)
Tate......................off the report (from previous shoulder)
Watt......................off the report (from previous quadricep)

Did not practice

Brown....................toe (from previous ankle [HE IS NOT LISTED AS AN ANKLE INJURY])
Johnson..................concussion (from not on injury report)

Limited practice:

Daniels...................rest/non-injury (from back/groin)
JJo.........................rest/non-injury (from not on injury report)

Full practice:

Foster.....................calf/chest (from calf)
Garrett....................hip/groin (from hip [hopefully, he isn't working toward a sports hernia or the way of Sharpton])
Posey......................Achilles/foot (from Achilles [compensatory injury?])


************************************************** *****

HOUSTON TEXANS INJURY REPORT
Wednesday (9/18/13)


DID NOT PARTICIPATE
LT Duane Brown Toe
WR Andre Johnson Concussion

LIMITED PARTICIPATION
TE Owen Daniels Rest/Non-injury*
CB Johnathan Joseph Rest/Non-injury*
FS Ed Reed Hip
LG Wade Smith Knee

FULL PARTICIPATION
ILB Brian Cushing Knee
RB Arian Foster Calf/Chest
TE Garrett Graham Hip/Groin
ILB Joe Mays Quadricep
CB Brice McCain Knee
C Chris Myers Back
RT Derek Newton Knee/Calf
WR DeVier Posey Achilles/Foot
ILB Darryl Sharpton Hip

* - Daniels and Joseph were limited due to a coaches' decision to rest the players on Wednesday. They are not injured.

BALTIMORE RAVENS

OUT
WR Jacoby Jones Knee

DID NOT PARTICIPATE
LB Arthur Brown Chest
CB Chykie Brown Knee
DE Chris Canty Thigh
C Ryan Jensen Foot
RB Ray Rice Hip

LIMITED PARTICIPATION
WR Deonte Thompson Foot
DT Brandon Williams Toe

DocBar 09-18-2013 08:28 PM

Re: Wednesday Injury Report: Texans vs. Ravens
 
I need to send a request to Penn & Teller so we can get a good idea of what's BS on these reports. That would be a fun show to watch. This is better than watching a WSP event with all the poker faces and misdirection.

badboy 09-19-2013 11:29 AM

Re: Wednesday Injury Report: Texans vs. Ravens
 
I would like to add that sources say Ed Reed is closer today than he was yesterday or the day before. However, he will not play in a game but do expect him to get closer. I will closely watch and listen and report how much closer he gets.

CloakNNNdagger 09-19-2013 11:46 AM

Re: Wednesday Injury Report: Texans vs. Ravens
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by badboy (Post 2212430)
I would like to add that sources say Ed Reed is closer today than he was yesterday or the day before. However, he will not play in a game but do expect him to get closer. I will closely watch and listen and report how much closer he gets.

Thank you for clarifying the PREVIOUS REPORT.:):backsout:

CloakNNNdagger 09-19-2013 06:30 PM

Re: Wednesday Injury Report: Texans vs. Ravens
 
Thursday Injury Report........pertinent compared to Wednesday (I'm starting to wonder who is making these final reports out):

Although Ed Reed was said to participate in Full practice today, he is listed as Limited.

Add low back to AJ's concussion in Limited participation.

Add the shoulder again to Tate.

Interesting that JJo is on the Full practice list........but listed as rest/non-injury?

Add thumb to Foster's calf/chest.

Graham hip/groin did not practice.

CloakNNNdagger 09-20-2013 04:57 PM

Re: Wednesday Injury Report: Texans vs. Ravens
 
AJ (on if what he had counts as a concussion) “Well, when I saw the doctor yesterday, he told me he really wouldn’t label it as a concussion because I never lost consciousness or anything like that.”

AJ should stop seeing his dermatologist for advice............maybe try making a second-opinion appointment with a urologist.........:kitten:


Concussions can occur with or without LOC (loss of consciousness). In fact, the vast majority of concussions do not result in LOC..........more than 95% in a 2010 study of concussion among high school athletes, a rate less than half the 10-11% (with LOC) reported in virtually all previous studies.

CloakNNNdagger 09-20-2013 05:15 PM

Re: Wednesday Injury Report: Texans vs. Ravens
 
After today's practice, the only notable change is:

Newton.............add elbow to knee and calf.

ObsiWan 09-20-2013 05:16 PM

Re: Wednesday Injury Report: Texans vs. Ravens
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by badboy (Post 2212430)
I would like to add that sources say Ed Reed is closer today than he was yesterday or the day before. However, he will not play in a game but do expect him to get closer. I will closely watch and listen and report how much closer he gets.

Oh there's a mathematical term for that; I remember it from Algebra...

Asymptotic:
The state of Ed Reed's readiness to play; as time advances it approaches but never reaches 100%

https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/i...xTPjeqr3va63Tg

escrimador 09-20-2013 05:34 PM

Re: Wednesday Injury Report: Texans vs. Ravens
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by ObsiWan (Post 2213038)
Oh there's a mathematical term for that; I remember it from Algebra...

Asymptotic:
The state of Ed Reed's readiness to play; as time advances it approaches but never reaches 100%

https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/i...xTPjeqr3va63Tg

:ahhaha:

TejasTom 09-20-2013 07:03 PM

Ray Rice doubtful : Linkhttp://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...p-with-texans/

CloakNNNdagger 09-20-2013 07:45 PM

Re: Wednesday Injury Report: Texans vs. Ravens
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by TejasTom (Post 2213070)

Hip pointers are typically not serious long-lasting injuries. But they can be very painful and tender. They are either a "bruise" of the periosteum (cover of the bone) of the iliac (pelvic) crest/brim, or a tear of one or more of the muscle tendon fibers that attach to the bone. The periosteum cover carries within it an extensive network of very sensitive sensory nerves.

Their effects are only limited by the amount of pain the player is handed and how much he can endure . Depending on severity, it will usually take anywhere from 1-3 weeks until pre-injury performance level is re-instated. Even moderately painful and tender hip (pelvic rim) pointers can temporarily be injected with Xylocaine and heavily padded to allow a player to play with a semblance of reasonable performance. If it is very severe, it will probably take 2-3 weeks to be able to return at all.

At this time, I would not totally rule out Rice playing after being well-injected and "dressed" like a Thanksgiving turkey.

http://7th-taste.com/wp-content/uplo...y-1024x634.jpg

drs23 09-20-2013 09:21 PM

Re: Wednesday Injury Report: Texans vs. Ravens
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by CloakNNNdagger (Post 2213084)
Hip pointers are typically not serious long-lasting injuries. But they can be very painful and tender. They are either a "bruise" of the periosteum (cover of the bone) of the iliac (pelvic) crest/brim, or a tear of one or more of the muscle tendon fibers that attach to the bone. The periosteum cover carries within it an extensive network of very sensitive sensory nerves.

Their effects are only limited by the amount of pain the player is handed and how much he can endure . Depending on severity, it will usually take anywhere from 1-3 weeks until pre-injury performance level is re-instated. Even moderately painful and tender hip (pelvic rim) pointers can temporarily be injected with Xylocaine and heavily padded to allow a player to play with a semblance of reasonable performance. If it is very severe, it will probably take 2-3 weeks to be able to return at all.

At this time, I would not totally rule out Rice playing after being well-injected and "dressed" like a Thanksgiving turkey.

http://7th-taste.com/wp-content/uplo...y-1024x634.jpg

Yummy for Ray Rice then. That looks like creole butter, garlic & herb. My favorite!

DocBar 09-20-2013 11:31 PM

Re: Wednesday Injury Report: Texans vs. Ravens
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by drs23 (Post 2213126)
Yummy for Ray Rice then. That looks like creole butter, garlic & herb. My favorite!

Let the sWatt Monster eat!!!! I hear he loves chicken (or turkey) and Rice.

Seegara 09-21-2013 09:35 PM

Website injury report
 
As far as you can tell, the Texans website has quit listing players as Out or Doubtful. Those classifications seem to be lumped in with Questionable, so that if a player is called questionable it's nearly a cinch he won't play.

steelbtexan 09-21-2013 09:55 PM

Re: Website injury report
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Seegara (Post 2213452)
As far as you can tell, the Texans website has quit listing players as Out or Doubtful. Those classifications seem to be lumped in with Questionable, so that if a player is called questionable it's nearly a cinch he won't play.

LOL

CloakNNNdagger 09-21-2013 10:17 PM

Re: Website injury report
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Seegara (Post 2213452)
As far as you can tell, the Texans website has quit listing players as Out or Doubtful. Those classifications seem to be lumped in with Questionable, so that if a player is called questionable it's nearly a cinch he won't play.

They haven't done away with Out or Doubtful. They are just "manipulating" it.
Ed Reed (with all the shenanigans) and certainly Graham could be seen as Questionable. And with Brown, I truly believe that they actually unrealistically thought they could still shoot him up and wrap him and throw him out there at least for awhile..........making him Questionable. They finally gave up the ghost on their misdirected plan for Brown AFTER the Friday report came out.

BTW, there is already a Injury Report thread for this week.

CloakNNNdagger 09-22-2013 11:39 AM

Re: Wednesday Injury Report: Texans vs. Ravens
 
McClain reported that Wade Smith was dealing with his knee problem all week. After suffering a "minor" knee injury the beginning of August and eventually underwent a "minor" knee scope. He is now almost 6 weeks out of his arthroscopic surgery.........it has shown in his play since he has returned.


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