"Rodrick Williams Jr.'s 10-month old, 2-foot-long savannah monitor named "Kill" gets the RB some strange looks when they go for walks together."
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|22 weeks 14 hours 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 47 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 47 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.)