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Old 04-27-2013   #6
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Default Re: 3rd Round- Brennan Willliams

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Originally Posted by texan279 View Post
610 says he suffered a torn labrum last October. Anyone know how this could affect him?
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Originally Posted by Hervoyel View Post
Should be fine as long as he stays away from the doctor who worked on Tony Boselli's shoulder.
That's for sure.

Looks like the Texans rolled the dice on another one though. Keep in mind that major labrum injuries are much more serious and potentially debilitative than rotator cuff injuries (which are no picnic themselves). He had labrum surgery the very end of October last year. If there would have been a more minor tear still requiring surgery, there would have been a scope clean up and he should have been more than ready for the Combine. He evidently wasn't. With surgery for a major tear, it is not unusual that 6-8 months (sometimes up to 12 months) is necessary for rehab alone. Rehab for such an injury is a very difficult and painful course for any of you that may have gone through it, especially for someone who uses their hands/arms to fend off large obstructive moving objects. Fortunately, not many players are ruined by this surgery as was Boselli. But, unfortunately, there are enough that don't fully come back from this surgery (5-15%) to make it a concern. We'll just have to wait and see.
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