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Old 10-09-2011   #1
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Mario Williams will have surgery on his torn pectoral this week, ending his season.
Walked off to the locker room in 1st quarter

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Because I know there will be questions about the implications of his injury, this will give you some information as we await more information.



The pectoralis (pec) muscles are large muscles located on each side of the chest. Their primary job is help the shoulders and arms move and lift. When you perform a push-up or chest fly, you are activating the pecs. Because they are among the strongest muscles in the body, they are less likely to be strained (pulled), but it can happen.

Grade 1 strains involve a few torn muscle or tendon fibers. Loss of strength is minimal, and recovery quite manageable.

Grade 2 strains involve more torn fibers, some loss of strength, and a longer rehab period.

Grade 3 pectoralis strains are rare, painful, debilitating, and can have long-term effects on strength, power, range of motion, and sports performance. In most cases, the muscle will never regain it original strength.


Grade 1 recovery takes a matter of days. You can return to training when the symptoms have disappeared.

Grade 2 recovery is a matter of weeks—approximately 2-6.

Grade 3 complete tears usually require surgery; full recovery takes months.


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I wondered what was wrong, he was walking fine. We need updates! I'm worried about Brooks Reed's ability to stay at home on the edge against McFadden
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McLame tweeted it looked like MW hit a finger on a helmet.
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I wondered what was wrong, he was walking fine. We need updates! I'm worried about Brooks Reed's ability to stay at home on the edge against McFadden
Looked like a bicep or shoulder injury to me. I think it happened on the sack he was credited with.
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pectoral injury doesnt look like he will return announcer on the tv just stated this...
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Pectoral injury will not return. Hoping for the best here
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Just heard pectorsl injury and will not return
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Ugh! Anybody got a quess as to how long? Any chance of this being a season long deal?

Edit: answered my own question. A torn pec will shut MW down for the rest of the year.
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Ugh! Anybody got a quess as to how long? Any chance of this being a season long deal?
Depends on grade. Grade 1 or 2 is days or weeks. Grade 3 is surgery and many months.
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Default Mario Sustains a Pectoral Injury

Because I know there will be questions about the implications of his injury, this will give you some information as we await more information.



The pectoralis (pec) muscles are large muscles located on each side of the chest. Their primary job is help the shoulders and arms move and lift. When you perform a push-up or chest fly, you are activating the pecs. Because they are among the strongest muscles in the body, they are less likely to be strained (pulled), but it can happen.

Grade 1 strains involve a few torn muscle or tendon fibers. Loss of strength is minimal, and recovery quite manageable.

Grade 2 strains involve more torn fibers, some loss of strength, and a longer rehab period.

Grade 3 pectoralis strains are rare, painful, debilitating, and can have long-term effects on strength, power, range of motion, and sports performance. In most cases, the muscle will never regain it original strength.


Grade 1 recovery takes a matter of days. You can return to training when the symptoms have disappeared.

Grade 2 recovery is a matter of weeks—approximately 2-6.

Grade 3 complete tears usually require surgery; full recovery takes months.


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This scares me, he goes down and already the raiders have a TD.
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Anna-Megan Raley says it's a torn pectoral...

https://twitter.com/#!/AnnaMegan/sta...02535815938048
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Mario Williams has suffered a torn pectoral muscle. He will not return to the game.
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Anna-Megan Raley says it's a torn pectoral...

https://twitter.com/#!/AnnaMegan/sta...02535815938048
I think she is speculating its torn. Torn will end the season.
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I think she is speculating its torn. Torn will end the season.
As gtexan02 mentioned, "torn" depends on grade of injury..........ALL STRAINS are TEARS. The GRADE refers to the SEVERITY.

I accidentally started another thread on this injury, which I've asked the MODS to merge. It may answer some questions out there about this type of injury.
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Default Re: Mario Sustains a Pectoral Injury

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Because I know there will be questions about the implications of his injury, this will give you some information as we await more information.



The pectoralis (pec) muscles are large muscles located on each side of the chest. Their primary job is help the shoulders and arms move and lift. When you perform a push-up or chest fly, you are activating the pecs. Because they are among the strongest muscles in the body, they are less likely to be strained (pulled), but it can happen.

Grade 1 strains involve a few torn muscle or tendon fibers. Loss of strength is minimal, and recovery quite manageable.

Grade 2 strains involve more torn fibers, some loss of strength, and a longer rehab period.

Grade 3 pectoralis strains are rare, painful, debilitating, and can have long-term effects on strength, power, range of motion, and sports performance. In most cases, the muscle will never regain it original strength.


Grade 1 recovery takes a matter of days. You can return to training when the symptoms have disappeared.

Grade 2 recovery is a matter of weeks—approximately 2-6.

Grade 3 complete tears usually require surgery; full recovery takes months.


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Thanks for the info.
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WHY?!?!?! So many injuries, can we just get lucky for once!
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As GTexan02 mentioned, "torn" depends on grade of injury..........ALL STRAINS are TEARS. The GRADE refers to the SEVERITY.

I accidentally started another thread on this injury, which I've asked the MODS to merge. It may answer some questions out there about this type of injury.
I combined them the ghetto way.
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Because I know there will be questions about the implications of his injury, this will give you some information as we await more information.



The pectoralis (pec) muscles are large muscles located on each side of the chest. Their primary job is help the shoulders and arms move and lift. When you perform a push-up or chest fly, you are activating the pecs. Because they are among the strongest muscles in the body, they are less likely to be strained (pulled), but it can happen.

Grade 1 strains involve a few torn muscle or tendon fibers. Loss of strength is minimal, and recovery quite manageable.

Grade 2 strains involve more torn fibers, some loss of strength, and a longer rehab period.

Grade 3 pectoralis strains are rare, painful, debilitating, and can have long-term effects on strength, power, range of motion, and sports performance. In most cases, the muscle will never regain it original strength.


Grade 1 recovery takes a matter of days. You can return to training when the symptoms have disappeared.

Grade 2 recovery is a matter of weeks—approximately 2-6.

Grade 3 complete tears usually require surgery; full recovery takes months.


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Is there any way to determine what type it was based on his reaction? He walked off on his own didn't seem to grimace?
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He was playing good. This sucks.

That TD had more to do w the 15 yard cushions #30 was giving.
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Mario makes a difference in the game, even if it just mental on the opposing team...but as athletically gifted as he is; can he justifiably be labeled injury prone? This is no get rid of him post, as I am a big fan of his.
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