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Old 01-27-2012, 12:14 AM
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Goldson from SF is a free agent and better suited as a SS. They have a lot of contract decisions to make and he might be available.
They also have a ton of depth at the position. I could see this happening.
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Old 01-27-2012, 08:24 AM
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Goldson coming off a Pro Bowl year?

Don't think they will let him walk.
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Old 01-27-2012, 09:54 AM
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They also have a ton of depth at the position. I could see this happening.
He rejected their long term contract and played on a one year deal last year, which might factor in as well. Although it looks like they have some room in their cap to possibly accomodate the guys they want to retain (looks like @15-16mill).
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Old 01-27-2012, 11:04 AM
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To me, Landry shot himeself in the foot by NOT getting the procedure done a year or two before. that said, I am thrilled that we are being conservative with this. I have a very, very low opinion of his potential as an average starter let alone a PB one.
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I found this it is the first that i have heard from Landry.

LaRon Landry Sets the Record Straight About His Surgery and Being a Redskin


“So I went to get a second and a third opinion and everyone I’ve talked to, and not to criticize Dr. Anderson, but they said, ‘why would you want to operate on that Achilles’ when there are other options to healing?’ So that’s where the hick-up comes in with the team. I told them I wanted to try the other procedure and it’s better than the PRP and the procedure would allow my body and heel to strengthen, along with my bone structure and tendons, instead of cutting and taking away those things. It would heal on its own, so why not grant me the opportunity to do this procedure before going through a major surgery?”

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Old 02-09-2012, 11:18 AM
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I found this it is the first that i have heard from Landry.

LaRon Landry Sets the Record Straight About His Surgery and Being a Redskin


“So I went to get a second and a third opinion and everyone I’ve talked to, and not to criticize Dr. Anderson, but they said, ‘why would you want to operate on that Achilles’ when there are other options to healing?’ So that’s where the hick-up comes in with the team. I told them I wanted to try the other procedure and it’s better than the PRP and the procedure would allow my body and heel to strengthen, along with my bone structure and tendons, instead of cutting and taking away those things. It would heal on its own, so why not grant me the opportunity to do this procedure before going through a major surgery?”

Link http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...eing-a-redskin
this isnt going to end well for his career..
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Old 02-09-2012, 11:46 AM
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I found this it is the first that i have heard from Landry.

LaRon Landry Sets the Record Straight About His Surgery and Being a Redskin


“So I went to get a second and a third opinion and everyone I’ve talked to, and not to criticize Dr. Anderson, but they said, ‘why would you want to operate on that Achilles’ when there are other options to healing?’ So that’s where the hick-up comes in with the team. I told them I wanted to try the other procedure and it’s better than the PRP and the procedure would allow my body and heel to strengthen, along with my bone structure and tendons, instead of cutting and taking away those things. It would heal on its own, so why not grant me the opportunity to do this procedure before going through a major surgery?”

Link http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...eing-a-redskin
Here is Landry's medical team, aka 2nd and 3rd opinion...
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Here is Landry's medical team, aka 2nd and 3rd opinion...
"I might get the surgery if it hurt during my giving up a first down celebration".
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Old 02-09-2012, 02:08 PM
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Is there a chance he could be re-signed? Or is he good as gone?
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Is there a chance he could be re-signed? Or is he good as gone?
I would think he's as good as gone but if you read the article hogs posted above it seems like he kinda wants to stay...kinda lol.
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Is there a chance he could be re-signed? Or is he good as gone?
As much as I like the guy he's basically Bob Sanders at this point. Far too much muscle mass for his body to handle and he's paying the price. This in my opinion is only the beginning of injuries for him and it's basically going to be the end of him as a football player. It's time to move on, I believe he will never finish a full season and you would be lucky to get 8-10 games out of him.
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this isnt going to end well for his career..
I have no problem with a player getting a 2nd and 3rd opinion. It's the same thing a normal person would do. I can also understand players not wanting to go under the knife. If it's true that Andrews knew and understood the procedure, then I do fault the Redskins or the handling of the situation.
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Old 02-09-2012, 05:27 PM
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I have no problem with a player getting a 2nd and 3rd opinion. It's the same thing a normal person would do. I can also understand players not wanting to go under the knife. If it's true that Andrews knew and understood the procedure, then I do fault the Redskins or the handling of the situation.
I'm lost the article mentions a Dr. Anderson and a Dr. Andrews. Are these two different doctors or the same one? If they're different, it sounds like Anderson is the specialist and Andrews is a general doctor.
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Old 02-10-2012, 08:38 AM
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I'm lost the article mentions a Dr. Anderson and a Dr. Andrews. Are these two different doctors or the same one? If they're different, it sounds like Anderson is the specialist and Andrews is a general doctor.
Dr. Andrews is a shoulder specialist. Dr. Anderson is a foot/ankle specialist, two different guys.
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Old 02-10-2012, 08:58 AM
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I have no problem with a player getting a 2nd and 3rd opinion. It's the same thing a normal person would do. I can also understand players not wanting to go under the knife. If it's true that Andrews knew and understood the procedure, then I do fault the Redskins or the handling of the situation.
My only problem with 2nd and 3rd opinions is that they generally give the 2nd and 3rd best options. These doctors (especially the experts the NFL rely on) are experts in the field and often give the "Best" medical advice. When a Dr. is asked for a second or third opinion they often find themselves appeasing the patient with the alternatives that they "want to hear" and not neccesarily what they feel is actually in the best interest IMO.

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