Discussion in 'News Zone' started by TheHustler, Aug 9, 2005.
Jerry is introducing some energy company.
Jerry said before he started coaching he was in energy. :laugh2:
no injuries....no injuries...no injuries...everyone repeat with me...no injuries...no injuries...
Jerry says there are some key injury situations that need to be addressed, and that there will be roster changes announced in the afternoon.
You guys up for a PC chat?
The bad part he said was the changes were caused by injuries.
- Barnes held out of practice today, ankle not improving at all (won't play Sat. night)
- Bickerstaff has a strained neck, have to be careful with him (not full speed)
- Rogers hurt his shoulder (same one that was operated on), needs to get looked at today at 1pm.
Rogers hurt his shoulder - sounds bad.
bill just said rogers injured shoulder that he had surgery on. not sure how serious it is.
Rogers hurt!! Ouch!!
Rogers hurt his shoulder again
Wish we would have done more investigation into his health before we drafted him.
Lots of talent and potential are not worth much if a player is cursed with a specific recurring injury.
There is no way he will make it through a season.
Tyson Thompson is going on the Practice Squad, it seems. I can't think of any other reason that BP refuses to talk about him. He must be trying to keep Tyson "hidden" until he can get him on the PS.
Dammit! I was doing my "no injuries" chant and everything!
Yikes, so much for all the Rogers enthusiasm. Sounds like he reinjured the same shoulder that he had off-season surgery on.
- He got through practice yesterday, but it's clearly bothering him.
- Petitte now over at RT with Tucker struggling
- Down to four tackles
Bill doesn't want to talk about Tyson Thompson (note from skaven: I think he's trying to hide Tyson so he can sneak him on the practice squad)
Petitte is our last best hope right now... otherwise it will be Vollers with a TE to help him out all year. How is Petitte's ankle? Is he practicing yet?
Reeves been playing some FS in the nickel.
This is sad. I had high hopes for Rogers "resurrection".