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Old 09-09-2012   #1
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Texans | Johnathan Joseph expected to be fine

Sun, 09 Sep 2012 13:30:33 -0700

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Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak said CB Johnathan Joseph (illness) left in the second half Week 1 because of an illness but is expected to be fine.
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Texans | Tim Dobbins goes to hospital

Sun, 09 Sep 2012 13:15:20 -0700

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Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak said LB Tim Dobbins (neck) suffered a neck injury Week 1 and was sent to the hospital for further tests.
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Nothing about Cushing's ribs/shoulder?
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I saw Dobbins go down on the special teams and the broadcast just ignored it.
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Nothing about Cushing's ribs/shoulder?
The turf square he fell on will be out 4-6 weeks with a root injury.
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The turf square he fell on will be out 4-6 weeks with a root injury.
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Nothing about Cushing's ribs/shoulder?
He landed directly on his shoulder which would make a dislocation or rotator cuff or labral tear unlikely. The direct trauma can cause clavicular fracture or humerus (upper arm) or even rib fracture. None of these would seem likely since when he came off of the field, he was walking with a normal unguarded swinging of his left arm. Most likely he experienced a bruising of the shoulder and/or rib tissues.
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He landed directly on his shoulder which would make a dislocation or rotator cuff or labral tear unlikely. The direct trauma can cause clavicular fracture or humerus (upper arm) or even rib fracture. None of these would seem likely since when he came off of the field, he was walking with a normal unguarded swinging of his left arm. Most likely he experienced a bruising of the shoulder and/or rib tissues.

Awesome! I'll take that over the scenarios that played out in my mind as they showed him walking to the locker room. Thanks!
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He landed directly on his shoulder which would make a dislocation or rotator cuff or labral tear unlikely. The direct trauma can cause clavicular fracture or humerus (upper arm) or even rib fracture. None of these would seem likely since when he came off of the field, he was walking with a normal unguarded swinging of his left arm. Most likely he experienced a bruising of the shoulder and/or rib tissues.
Good stuff there C&D, appreciate your professional eval/info.
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He landed directly on his shoulder which would make a dislocation or rotator cuff or labral tear unlikely. The direct trauma can cause clavicular fracture or humerus (upper arm) or even rib fracture. None of these would seem likely since when he came off of the field, he was walking with a normal unguarded swinging of his left arm. Most likely he experienced a bruising of the shoulder and/or rib tissues.
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That hurt and I would expect him to miss time. I do not believe any report the Texans put out... and Kubiak won't share anything until the presser tomorrow.
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not sure if you lurked here for a while and just joined, but CnD is a doctor in the Houston area.He isn't part of the Texan's organization and basically gives his thoughts on his experience with patients dealing with different injuries and their recovery times

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not sure if you lurked here for a while and just joined, but CnD is a doctor in the Houston area.He isn't part of the Texan's organization and basically gives his thoughts on his experience with patients dealing with different injuries and their recovery times

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And a good person who always has time for us around here. His information has really helped me understand what was happening to me and my recovery expectations. Thanks not once but several times, doc.
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I once sent him a pic of a trouble some rash I was having and he diagnosed it in no time!!
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That hurt and I would expect him to miss time. I do not believe any report the Texans put out... and Kubiak won't share anything until the presser tomorrow.

One possibility I didn't mention but thought about after looking at the tape where Cushing is on the bench reaching to one of the coaches on his left. He had no problem lifting his arm and was scratching/pointing to an area of the coaches left back around the scapula and outside of the scapula region. This could be an area involved in a neck stinger/cervical nerve impingement and muscle spasms.
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One possibility I didn't mention but thought about after looking at the tape where Cushing is on the bench reaching to one of the coaches on his left. He had no problem lifting his arm and was scratching/pointing to an area of the coaches left back around the scapula and outside of the scapula region. This could be an area involved in a neck stinger/cervical nerve impingement and muscle spasms.
This is what I heard when I got home. My son-in-law told me they mentioned on TV that he had a "stinger." Those things hurt!
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This is what I heard when I got home. My son-in-law told me they mentioned on TV that he had a "stinger." Those things hurt!
Read lasnite Dobbins was released from the hospital, so guess it was nothing to serious good to know he should be back next week. Any news on his injury?
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