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  1. 2019 WR Corps

    Ty Montgomery had a high ankle sprain. After weeks of trying to get it to heal he had surgery.
  2. 2019 WR Corps

    I mean, high ankle sprains are ligament damage by definition. It’s often said that a broken ankle will heal faster than a high ankle sprain. He may not go on IR but he won’t be playing for us for about two months. In the meantime what happens to his strength and conditioning while he has weight off one leg for three to four weeks? I like EQ and I hope he gets to play for us this year, but the length of time needed for healing, recovery, and attaining football readiness is still in question
  3. Raiders @ Green Bay "Tighten Things Up Bowl"

    My take EQ = IR Bolton = 6 weeks out, whatever that means for his future Gary = out next game, ready for season Lancaster = same as Gary Again, this is my take from just seeing the injuries and hearing a few social media updates.
  4. This Is Rival Talk v1.0

    There we go! Thank you! But such moves smack of desperation, don’t they?
  5. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    I am ashamed to admit that my ad feed is typically women’s fashions or an annoying ad for a gay online graphic novel. Often I am not serious, but I am serious. It’s almost impossible not to believe that they know more about me than I do.
  6. This Is Rival Talk v1.0

    I read the article, but since when do cuts have anything to do with compensatory picks? Cuts aren’t FA losses.
  7. Raiders @ Green Bay "Tighten Things Up Bowl"

    I never want to see these Innuit refs again.
  8. Raiders @ Green Bay "Tighten Things Up Bowl"

    Thanks for the Ipad RG52!
  9. 2[44]: Elgton Jenkins [OC; Miss State]

    I honestly can’t imagine which expletive has been put to use as a verb here.
  10. Sorry—I am the human off ramp when it comes to thread discipline. I think the defense will do well tonight against Oakland. First of all, they have been scolded about tackling issues for two weeks. Secondly, the secondary! Without a running threat at quarterback they will get more chances to get themselves off the field on third and longs.
  11. Yeah...he’s 25. I think it was really a callow youth thing intended to make fun of the people who wore them for real. Walmart had racks and racks of them.
  12. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    Yai... it’s a wonder you didn’t need a skin graft. My fear of drowning is that I’d spend a lot of conscious time thinking about what an idiot I am for having put myself in a drowning situation. My fear of dying in a fire is that I’d survive. I can barely handle a third degree burn the size of a half dollar. 30% of my body? Shudder.
  13. Ha ha... I love BT’s style. And I think it’s fine to talk about him in this thread because he looks at the Packer’s defense every day at practice. My son is kind of against the grain like that. In high school he and a friend went through a phase where they spent stupid money trying to out-do each other by buying T-shirts with Native American princesses petting wolves kind of graphics. As a football player, that takes stones.
  14. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    My best burn ever happened at a seafood restaurant in New Orleans when I was about 15. You know how servers say, “Careful. The plate is hot.” This server should have said “Careful. The plate will brand you like a yearling steer!” The cast iron flat pan that my meal was served on must have come straight out of a 500 degree oven—as I reached in for a first taste of blackened snapper the underside of my forearm rested on the pan’s handle. The burnt skin sloughed off after a few days, leaving me with an interesting burn scar that is still visible 45 years later.