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Much more severe than was originally reported.
This post was edited by blessedcock 18 months ago
Only a 6 month recovery/rehab though. He should be back for the start of next season.
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That's not what I read in a yahoo article quoting Dr. Andrews and another surgeon. Because of the ACL and LCL injuries it's not out of the question for him to play next season, but it is not the ordinary either. His style of play makes it more difficult to rehab those injuries because front/back, and side/side stability have been compromised. Additionally the once repaired ACL could present some extra issues due to scar tissue. I think he's a gym rat so I don't have any doubts about him coming back, and hopefully at 100%, but I'm guessing it's closer to a year than 6 months. Washington/Shanahan screwed up terribly IMO with handling him in that game. Hopefully they've learned from it and let the guy get back to 100% before throwing him out there again.
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I personally think the Dr. Guy explanation of the knee in the last Lattimore PC was the absolute best commentary I've ever heard on knee injuries.
Just go back and listen to that.
Certainly, if you saw the RGIII injuries and the Lattimore injury....no comparison...right?
Well, you never know what you got until you open the knee and see. In the case of Marcus, the was the absolute best case scenario considering the I jury he had.
And it appears to be the case with RGIII as well.
This QUICK turn around time will at least put to bed the notion that this type of injury can only be diagnosed after some of the swelling as gone down. This was handled quickly and diagnosed after the injury on SUNDAY....I remember when Latt went down and all those responses saying it might be 2 weeks before we knew the extent
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