Mayo

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    Mayo

    He is off crutches, and is no longer limping according to BDC, looks like the injury won't keep him out for 8 weeks...
     
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    Re: Mayo

    more like he will be out for 6 weeks.

    http://www.boston.com/sports/football/patriots/extra_points/2009/09/mayo_sighting.html
     
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    I'm predicting that Mayo returns right after the bye week...the 8th game of the season.
     
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    In Response to Re: Mayo:
    [QUOTE]I'm predicting that Mayo returns right after the bye week...the 8th game of the season.
    Posted by pyegian[/QUOTE]

    That would be my prediction too, but I hope it's three weeks before that...
     
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    Re: Mayo

    Just curious . . .

    How many of you, if you had a debilitating injury which made it painful for you to walk, would be worried about getting back to work as soon as you could above and beyond any other consideration?
     
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    Re: Mayo

    If our D is doing a decent job without him, play it safe and let him heal 100%.  
     
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    Re: Mayo

    if it was doing what i loved...i'd work every ounce of my body as hard as i could to get back as soon as i could.
     
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    Re: Mayo

    In Response to Re: Mayo:
    [QUOTE]Just curious . . . How many of you, if you had a debilitating injury which made it painful for you to walk, would be worried about getting back to work as soon as you could above and beyond any other consideration?
    Posted by prairiemike[/QUOTE]

    I hate my job, so I wouldn't be worried about it.  If I was a pro athlete i'd be busting to get right ASAP because it would be a passion.  If i had a debilitating injury I would be worried about how soon I'd be able to get back out to the basketball runs at the local community college haha.  Most NFL players who treat their jobs as we do ours turn out looking like JaMarcus Russell.
     
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    Re: Mayo

    In Response to Re: Mayo:
    [QUOTE]Just curious . . . How many of you, if you had a debilitating injury which made it painful for you to walk, would be worried about getting back to work as soon as you could above and beyond any other consideration?
    Posted by prairiemike[/QUOTE]

    will you please explain to me what you wrote actually means?
     
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    Re: Mayo

    In Response to Re: Mayo:
    [QUOTE]Just curious . . . How many of you, if you had a debilitating injury which made it painful for you to walk, would be worried about getting back to work as soon as you could above and beyond any other consideration?
    Posted by prairiemike[/QUOTE]

    I actually really love my job, so I'd prob take a week off then I'd want to get back as soon as possible even if I couldn't stand. I wouldn't be worried though, more like antsy to get back.


    If my longterm health was at risk, however, I'd try to take it slow and listen to the doctors more then trying to force it.

     

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