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Old 07-09-2013   #1
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Sorry but the boards have been fairly drab lately with the lull in football action so I figured I'd post this for a few of you to get excited seeing as how we're a month away from game action.

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Default Re: For those worried about cush's knee...

How about a video running an obstacle course or series of tires? This was good to see but didn't do a lot for me.
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How about a video running an obstacle course or series of tires? This was good to see but didn't do a lot for me.
Didn't have much of a choice of videos but when you do a 52" sitting box jump...that's damn impressive coming off knee surgery.
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Anyone that's had an ACL knows that forward/back movement isn't the biggest issue... it's the side-to-side, lateral moves that are the last to come back. Another huge factor is the mentality to fly around without worrying about a re-injury.

I believe Cush will make a full comeback eventually but would feel much more comfortable with a solid Plan B at ILB.
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Anyone that's had an ACL knows that forward/back movement isn't the biggest issue... it's the side-to-side, lateral moves that are the last to come back. Another huge factor is the mentality to fly around without worrying about a re-injury.

I believe Cush will make a full comeback eventually but would feel much more comfortable with a solid Plan B at ILB.
spot on especially the mental aspect!
pretty much all this shows is that is got full strength back in the muscles surrounding the knee.
but its good to see none the less
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Anyone that's had an ACL knows that forward/back movement isn't the biggest issue... it's the side-to-side, lateral moves that are the last to come back. Another huge factor is the mentality to fly around without worrying about a re-injury.

I believe Cush will make a full comeback eventually but would feel much more comfortable with a solid Plan B at ILB.
He's been on the side field during minicamp/OTAs doing rehab drills--lots of all sorts of running/movement. Looks like Cush.
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He's been on the side field during minicamp/OTAs doing rehab drills--lots of all sorts of running/movement. Looks like Cush.
I certainly hope so, TC.

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He's been on the side field during minicamp/OTAs doing rehab drills--lots of all sorts of running/movement. Looks like Cush.
Not really comparable to an NFL game with 300lb. men flying around your knees. Another thing we don't know is the post workout pain/stiffness he's experiencing. Athletes are typically pros at covering up injuries to stay on the field.

Hopefully he makes an AD type recovery. If anyone can pull it off it's Cushing. The funny part is that if he has an All-Pro year it will go widely ignored, unlike AD who is now some sort of mythical god for his recovery.
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Didn't have much of a choice of videos but when you do a 52" sitting box jump...that's damn impressive coming off knee surgery.
Yeah......... I bet that's not on the regimine for ACL reconstruction physical therapy.

I'm sure it feels fine, but that right there is the kind of thing that's going to sideline him for another season.

He needs to put that thing up on a pillow & hit the bluebell.
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He looks a little leaner to me...I like it...I think it'll help him move a bit better.
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He's been cleared. Here we go!

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I can't wait, man. IMO, he's still the linchpin of our defense. His energy and aggressiveness is essential to our D. To me, he's the difference between a top 15 D to a top 5.

The problem I have is who's pairing up with him? I'm not willing to count on Sharpton for dittly.
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I can't wait, man. IMO, he's still the linchpin of our defense. His energy and aggressiveness is essential to our D. To me, he's the difference between a top 15 D to a top 5.

The problem I have is who's pairing up with him? I'm not willing to count on Sharpton for dittly.
Last year it was Bradie James that was paired with Cushing and everything was pretty much hunky dory. If the Psycho is even at 3/4ths of what he was in the first 7 weeks of 2012 then anything we get from Sharpton will be gravy (And the bar being Bradie James isn't exactly a high bar we're talking about here). You also still have Brooks Reed playing next to him on the other side, and while he's not a sack artist, he's still a decent LB.
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Isn't he the same doc that cleared RGIII to go back into a game repeatedly while it was apparent to all that his wheels were falling off?.........
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Isn't he the same doc that cleared RGIII to go back into a game repeatedly while it was apparent to all that his wheels were falling off?.........
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Isn't he the same doc that cleared RGIII to go back into a game repeatedly while it was apparent to all that his wheels were falling off?.........
Depends on who you want to believe. Shanny? Or the doctor?

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"(Griffin) didn't even let us look at him," Andrews said. "He came off the field, walked through the sidelines, circled back through the players and took off back to the field. It wasn't our opinion.

"We didn't even get to touch him or talk to him. Scared the hell out of me."

Yet when asked by news reporters, Shanahan described a conversation with Andrews this way:

"He's on the sidelines with Dr. Andrews. He had a chance to look at him and he said he could go back in," Shanahan said Dec. 10. "(I said) 'Hey, Dr. Andrews, can Robert go back in?'

'Yeah, he can go back in.'

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Depends on who you want to believe. Shanny? Or the doctor?
Well from those two accounts Andrews looks like a liar. During the game they showed Andrews and RGIII going into a small room built onto the sideline and coming out a little while later. Andrews definitely got a chance to look at him.
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Well from those two accounts Andrews looks like a liar. During the game they showed Andrews and RGIII going into a small room built onto the sideline and coming out a little while later. Andrews definitely got a chance to look at him.

Let's not forget the Ravens game where he sustained a "mild" knee sprain. When he came back only after missing ONE game, he came back wearing a huge ROBOCOP-type knee brace used only for serious ligament tears (in this case the lateral collateral ligament). With his apparent gross instability, he certainly did not have a "mild" (Grade I) tear, and he should have never been cleared to return to play short of 4-6 weeks following the Seatle game. I remember when Andrews told USA Today he had "been a nervous wreck" about how fast he "LET" the Redskins rush Griffin back, and going into the Wild Card Game, he was "holding his breath" about the knee's strength.

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Only that's not the way it happened, Andrews said. What's more, Andrews remains worried about Griffin's health as the Redskins play the Seattle Seahawks in an NFC wild-card game at FedEx Field today.

"I'm the one that shut him down that day[Seattle], finally," Andrews said. "I've been a nervous wreck letting him come back as quick as he has. He's doing a lot better this week, but he's still recovering and I'm holding my breath because of it.

"He passed all the tests and all the functional things we do, but it's been a trying moment for me, to be honest with you."

After Griffin left the game against the Ravens, backup Kirk Cousins led the Redskins to victory, then started the following week's game — a victory against the Cleveland Browns — when Griffin was inactive.
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Sure, only Griffin could tell how much pain he was in, but only a doctor can best determine when an injury is most likely healed. The decision shouldn't be in the hands of the injured player or their coach. The decision should be in the hands of a doctor—but preferably not one cashing checks from the club.
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