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  • #16
    Originally posted by Macarthur View Post
    This kid is a player. Keep in mind that for many guys, it's not until the 2nd year after an ACL that they get back to 100%.
    This is such a false statement. Although its remotely true to some players, its such a wildcard chance that a player is 100% even after years seperated from surgery. I guarantee you that 99% of athletic trainers and physical therapists will say that there is hardly a chance a player regains all of their ability after an ACL tear.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by BaLLiN View Post
      This is such a false statement. Although its remotely true to some players, its such a wildcard chance that a player is 100% even after years seperated from surgery. I guarantee you that 99% of athletic trainers and physical therapists will say that there is hardly a chance a player regains all of their ability after an ACL tear.
      FALSE...that might have been true 5-10 years ago, but with technology and modern medicine athletes can regain or even have more strength in that leg because of the rigorous therapy they receive these days. This is according to the amazing therapists at the Ben Hogan Sports Therapy Institute in Fort Worth.

      I just hope Lee can be one of those who fully recovers!
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      • #18
        Originally posted by UTPATS View Post
        FALSE...that might have been true 5-10 years ago, but with technology and modern medicine athletes can regain or even have more strength in that leg because of the rigorous therapy they receive these days. This is according to the amazing therapists at the Ben Hogan Sports Therapy Institute in Fort Worth.

        I just hope Lee can be one of those who fully recovers!
        I will get a detailed evaluation on my next physical therapy visit to prove my point. Although you are right, it has gotten better.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by BaLLiN View Post
          I will get a detailed evaluation on my next physical therapy visit to prove my point. Although you are right, it has gotten better.
          Ballin... I like you man... but you are NOT Sean Lee. ;)

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          • #20
            Originally posted by D-Unit View Post
            Ballin... I like you man... but you are NOT Sean Lee. ;)
            you're right.... im Lavar Arrington :D

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            • #21
              http://www.dallascowboys.com/multime...&cat=4&start=1

              <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3

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              • #22
                FWIW, I play water polo, and our starting goalie torn his ACL in January of last year and was ready to play by mid-September.

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                • #23
                  The only problem with that comparison is that there's probably no(or little to no) impact on the ACL. Water sports are pretty much "weightless", which is why it's such a great rehab method. There's no cutting/planting/impact in the water.


                  Let's hope the recovery is 100% though, before Lee tries to overdo it, and re-injure himself. Lee's still using the brace in practices apparently.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by FreshBoy! View Post
                    The only problem with that comparison is that there's probably no(or little to no) impact on the ACL. Water sports are pretty much "weightless", which is why it's such a great rehab method. There's no cutting/planting/impact in the water.


                    Let's hope the recovery is 100% though, before Lee tries to overdo it, and re-injure himself. Lee's still using the brace in practices apparently.
                    As far as the brace goes, a lot of guys will wear the brace for the rest of their career. Sometimes it become a crutch for them so they don't have to worry about it. Sometimes it is reccomended by the doctors. It is based on the specific tear from everything I have been told.

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                    • #25
                      Sean didn't want to wear it, but I don't fault the Cowboys for making him do it after last year's injury riddled rookie class.

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                      • #26
                        I'm pretty sure Keith will actually try to adopt Lee after he meets him.

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                        • #27
                          "I've been around him for a few days and I see that he's a very intense player," Brooking said. "He plays the game 100 miles an hour, and that's the way it's supposed to be played. He's very talented. He's an intelligent football player, I think he's picked up the defense fairly easily considering what they've thrown at him in this three-day period.

                          "He has a lot of room for improvement, but I see that he has a lot of potential as well. When you have that potential and his work ethic, there's a pretty good chance he's going to be a heck of a player in this league."

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