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  1. #13
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    Re: Steelers running back coach badly burned in fire



    No chance at a full recovery with that amount of burn damage. On the other hand, he's a married man in his 50's....there could be worse circumstances for the amount of scarring he will incur. Sadly, it'll be a very painful recovery as well. Hope he pulls through and his family is OK.




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    Re: Steelers running back coach badly burned in fire

    Hopefully this doesn't provide the "Zimmer Effect".




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    Re: Steelers running back coach badly burned in fire

    Terrible, terrible, terrible news. Glad to hear the injuries aren't thought to be life-threatening (though I tremble a bit at the thought of the induced coma--that's never a good sign). I wish him the best & hope for a complete recovery--although it will almost have to be drawn out & painful if skin grafts are needed, & it sounds like they will be.




  4. #16

    Re: Steelers running back coach badly burned in fire

    Wishing the best for a speedy recovery, horrible news.




  5. #17

    Re: Steelers running back coach badly burned in fire

    What a lousy story. Sad news. Hope he recovers 100%. As much as they are a rival, I never like seeing bad things like this happen........




  6. #18

    Re: Steelers running back coach badly burned in fire

    Thanks for the nice wishes BC. That day she passed back in 2006 was a big emotional blur, but one thing I remember is coming out of the Burn Unit and to talk to well-wishers/supporters in the family waiting area. The NFL Draft was on the TV and at the time I came out I saw Paul Tagliabue announcing that the Ravens had drafted Haloti Ngata. A little something Ravens related, so I'm not too off topic here . . .




  7. #19

    Re: Steelers running back coach badly burned in fire

    Sad story, hope he pulls through as best as possible.




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    Re: Steelers running back coach badly burned in fire

    Quote Originally Posted by da Blackbird View Post
    Thanks for the nice wishes BC. That day she passed back in 2006 was a big emotional blur, but one thing I remember is coming out of the Burn Unit and to talk to well-wishers/supporters in the family waiting area. The NFL Draft was on the TV and at the time I came out I saw Paul Tagliabue announcing that the Ravens had drafted Haloti Ngata. A little something Ravens related, so I'm not too off topic here . . .
    Good story about the Ngata draft. They say that "time heals all wounds", but the loss of a mother (and I did years ago too), really stays with you forever. That may be a good thing because you never want to forget the woman who gave you life. I surely have not... Bc




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    Re: Steelers running back coach badly burned in fire

    WOW! My thoughts and prayers to Wilson and his family.

    da Bb--
    Please accept my sympathies on your loss.




  10. #22

    Re: Steelers running back coach badly burned in fire

    This is absolutely horrible.

    My prayers go out to him for a speedy recovery.




  11. #23

    Re: Steelers running back coach badly burned in fire

    Wow that is horrible.....

    Does anyone else feel some weird things happening..

    -First Big Ben's ankle..
    -Then Mendenhall's ACL
    -Then Ryan Clark just so happens to have to go to the only city in America he cant play in.
    -Then this, i know this is SOOOO MUCH MORE SERIOUS. But strange things are happening in Pittsburgh this week.

    For once in my life i'm feeling really bad for the Steelers organization, My God see Kirby Wilson Through this difficult ordeal. Football be damned.
    Lardarius "The predator" Webb





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    Re: Steelers running back coach badly burned in fire

    I hope he is ok and recovers from that.




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