"The face of the operation is Briatore (referred to exclusively in the film by his colleagues and angry, chanting detractors as "Flavio"), an anthropomorphic radish who spends most of his time at QPR plotting to fire all of the managers."
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|18 weeks 2 days ago||I've had this surgery on||
I've had this surgery on bilateral hips and am a physician.
I won't get into specifics about his case due to lack of first hand knowledge but the injury is very clear (reading the tea leaves with a knowledgeable lens) and won't get better w/ any rehab. Long term damage results to hip joint itself and it's not just playing through pain--but also a weakness issue when the joint is inflammed enough.
Interested parties could probably deduce the injury by researching A-Rod, Ed Reed among others.
It's a tough road back. Symptoms are variable but judging by his activity limitation thorughout the season he's not in a non-surgery option group. What a competitor.
Again, without knowing his specifics, he should probably take a redshirt and get both hips done. I spearated these surgeries out by a year. Early surgery limits further long term damage, advice I should have taken but this is a newer diagnosis and an even newer surgical corrective field from a laparscopic approach.
That's all I say about this issue but good luck Spike. With admiration, Go Blue.
|3 years 43 weeks ago||Interesting. Drake was a||
Drake was a big State lean among locals.
Things may have developed.
Ran into JB and recruits at rain break during WMU-UM game and JB/Drake were side by side.
|3 years 43 weeks ago||This is likely a MRSA||
This is likely a MRSA abscess. Pretty common... acquired during game play from artifical turf. Treatment is drainage and abx. This did not inhibit his preformance. Not a big deal. I feel bad for Denard b/c this won't be his last.
(I'm medically qualified to know this. I've been a reader of this site since near inception and cringe at the medical misinterpretation of commentors on this site.)