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matt laflour's torn acl & how it affects morale goign forward

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LaFleur showing what kind of team player he is. Taking an injury for the team. That was probably meant for someone important.

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Was playing in scout looks in OTAs. PackIRs confirmed. Will the forum hate him out of sheer obligation now that he's a booth coach?

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11 minutes ago, HighCalebR said:

LaFleur showing what kind of team player he is. Taking an injury for the team. That was probably meant for someone important.

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Final Destination, those injuries will catch up with the PackIRs eventually. 

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Suffers a serious injury a few months after signing with GB.  MLF is definitely a modern day Packer. 

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1 hour ago, HighCalebR said:

LaFleur showing what kind of team player he is. Taking an injury for the team. That was probably meant for someone important.

Dammit I wanted to do this. He sacrificed himself to the injury gods for us.  

Also fire Gute for signing injury prone bums

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He's just trying to fit into the culture around here. You like having coaches who can relate to the players!

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Sigh...

The ACL is the knee. The tweet clearly says achilles which at the heel of your foot.

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Posted (edited)
1 hour ago, Chili said:

Sigh...

The ACL is the knee. The tweet clearly says achilles which at the heel of your foot.

But it didn't confirm that he didn't also tear his ACL.

Edited by incognito_man

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Good for morale, bad for his ability to teach in his style. It’s not good. But it does give him a chance to lean on his staff more and that might, in the long run, be good for the growth of the staff. 

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