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  1. #13

    Re: Listing of Vet Free Agent Kick/Punt Returners



    September cut would be fine.




  2. #14

    Re: Listing of Vet Free Agent Kick/Punt Returners

    Dorian Graham will return kicks and punts




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    Quote Originally Posted by bmorecareful View Post
    It wasn't an ACL, it was a patellar tendon. Totally different injury, different recovery process. Leonhard still might not be 100% for a while yet, I was moreso jumping off on him as a player in general rather than specifically as a punt returner
    Patellar tendon rupture is worse than an ACL tear. Mark Clayton has never been the same since his.
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  4. #16

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    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    Patellar tendon rupture is worse than an ACL tear. Mark Clayton has never been the same since his.
    That isn't necessarily true. The prospects of a full return to health for both surgeries are over 90%. Recovery timetable for a patellar tendon rupture is 4-6 months, which is actually slightly shorter than your average ACL tear rehab, which is more like 7-9 months.

    Everyone's body is different. What happened to Mark Clayton may not necessarily be indicative of what will happen to somebody else--particularly considering Clayton had a long history of soft tissue injuries.

    You also might be thinking of the Achilles tendon rupture, which is indeed a worse injury in terms of athletic effectiveness. A lot of guys come back 100% from torn ACLs and patellar tendons, but very few come back 100% from an achilles tendon rupture.




  5. #17

    Re: Listing of Vet Free Agent Kick/Punt Returners

    Quote Originally Posted by bigdadgraham View Post
    Dorian Graham will return kicks and punts
    I think you mean Corey Graham, the DB signed from Chicago this offseason as a ST player - mostly a gunner on punts and kicks ( I don't know if he returns kicks or not; it didn't seem so on nfl.com).

    Unless you meant Dorian Gray, in which case we should pass. I saw that dude's trading card and he is not looking well...




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    Re: Listing of Vet Free Agent Kick/Punt Returners

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker: M&T Sec 527 View Post
    I think you mean Corey Graham, the DB signed from Chicago this offseason as a ST player - mostly a gunner on punts and kicks ( I don't know if he returns kicks or not; it didn't seem so on nfl.com).

    Unless you meant Dorian Gray, in which case we should pass. I saw that dude's trading card and he is not looking well...
    No, he definitely meant Dorian Graham.
    http://www.suathletics.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=8205

    Ravens signed him right after the draft as a UDFA.
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  7. #19

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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    No, he definitely meant Dorian Graham.
    http://www.suathletics.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=8205

    Ravens signed him right after the draft as a UDFA.
    Roger that, wicked. He looks promising




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    Re: Listing of Vet Free Agent Kick/Punt Returners

    Quote Originally Posted by Iscull View Post
    Johnny Lee wouldn't be a terrible option. Decent deep threat as well. Ridiculously fast (ex raider)
    I like him too. Wanted to sign him last year before the Eagles did. It is strange though that he couldn't get a job after he didn't make the Eagles roster.
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    Re: Listing of Vet Free Agent Kick/Punt Returners

    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    I like him too. Wanted to sign him last year before the Eagles did. It is strange though that he couldn't get a job after he didn't make the Eagles roster.
    Didn't he have some durability issues in Oakland?
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  10. #22

    Re: Listing of Vet Free Agent Kick/Punt Returners

    He'll be a starter. Bank on it. Cam will LOVE him. He ran reverses in college.




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