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Old 09-27-2012   #44
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Default Re: Lestar Jean Having a Knee Scope

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KUBIAK:

(on WR Lestar Jean)
“I’m sorry. Yeah, (WR) Lestar (Jean) is totally out. They’re telling us two weeks. He had the surgery and he was back in here. He’s fine and looks good. He was in here for treatment an hour after surgery. He’s up and around, doing good today. He’s a 100 percent committed to treatment right now. He goes to the afternoon meetings and we’re hoping that maybe we’ll pull this off like we did with (FB James) Casey a few years ago. James had the same thing done and actually made it back in two weeks, so we’ll see.”
I don't think that Kubiak made this statement trying to be disingenuous......However, his statement is somewhat misleading. Casey's scope was performed Monday November 2, 2009, following the Sunday Bills game. He missed the Colts November 8 game. The Texans then enjoyed their Bye Week, September 15. Casey then returned for the later than usual MNF game with the Titans on September 23. Therefore, he was able to ctually return for game play exactly 21 days (3 weeks) following his scope.
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