Texans select D'onta Foreman, RB, Texas at 3-25

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  1. texian

    texian Member

    May 29, 2015
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    Lol, it's the same "conjecture" your orthopod uses when you describe what happened to your foot.

    I'm not sure how to better explain it to you. A Jones fracture is a stress fracture of the 5th metatarsal. Dr. Chao reported it as a Jones fracture.

    Wrong, nothing was said about giving body time to rest. You're having trouble grasping what conditioning for a pro football player entails.

    No, you're reaching for a whine. His history with the Texans is what it is. It has zero to do with drugs or alcohol.
    #401 texian, Nov 22, 2017
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  2. gucci888

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    This is plain wrong. This was never reported as a Jones fracture. You can have multiple fractures of the 5th that are not considered a Jones fracture. A stress fracture of the 5th, which was reported by Dr. Chao and everyone else, is in itself a different injury than a Jones fracture.

    Furthermore, a Jones fracture almost always requires surgery while even Dr. Chao said he'll be fine with just letting it heal.

    You have yet to explain how Foreman has a history of not putting in recovery work other than BoB saying his conditioning needed improvement. Yes conditioning includes recovery but to say that must be what BoB also meant is reaching. Neither him nor anyone else has ever mentioned recovery work with regards to Foreman while he has given multiple players days off for this reason specifically.
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