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    I just read "theyre letting him see how it responds before placing him on IR." Obviously you could read that a few ways. they want to give him a chance knowing how important he is to the defense and leaving it up to him for now and coaches later if hes ineffective.
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    Sounds like a matter of pain tolerance and strength.




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    Quote Originally Posted by PGCountyRaven85 View Post
    I just heard its only a partial tear and he will likely play/practice Sunday. Whoa, we dodged a bullet.
    It's all speculation for now. He'll bounce around between Questionable and Doubtful till Sun AM. Some good news is little to no travel for a road game allows for maximum rest & treatment. I do trust Sugsy to go if he is not a danger to himself or others. I recall him hurting a Shoulder @ the Tenn. Divisional P.O in 2007. IIRC, he played out that game and then played [well] in a shoulder harness @ Pitts. the next week. Ball So Hard.




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    Looks like Suggs will be a game time decision but he says he most definately playing again this season.

    http://www.baltimoreravens.com/news/...f-412e790b1c95




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    Quote Originally Posted by pslholder96 View Post
    Looks like Suggs will be a game time decision but he says he most definately playing again this season.

    http://www.baltimoreravens.com/news/...f-412e790b1c95
    This is... encouraging (considering how bad it could be).

    "He basically has a bicep, a very serious strain, it could be called a tear, it’s something he could possibly play with,” Harbaugh said. "He’s figuring out now with the trainers and the doctors.”

    At least it's not a full tear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrUnk View Post
    All this says that if Suggs need surgery there is a window he has to do it in or he cant have it. It does not say he needs surgery. It is more of a post from a medical persepective saying that someone with a torn bicep (which suggs does not as we learned it is a severe strain) and needs surgery to fix it there is a small window of when you have to do it.

    From what he is saying and from what Harbs is saying it seems like surgery is not in the picture.




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    If he tore his bicep muscle it would role up like a lampshade. Sounds like a pretty painful partial tear or bad strain. Either way doubt he plays Sunday. He should be shelved a few weeks minimum.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Boulderraven View Post
    If he tore his bicep muscle it would role up like a lampshade. Sounds like a pretty painful partial tear or bad strain. Either way doubt he plays Sunday. He should be shelved a few weeks minimum.
    Other players have been playing with that same injury. That doesn't mean he'll play but it also doesn't mean he'll miss time. From what I've read the biggest factor in whether Suggs will miss time is if he has surgery to fix it. If he does he goes on IR and is done for the year. If he doesn't it all depends on his pain tolerance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boulderraven View Post
    If he tore his bicep muscle it would role up like a lampshade. Sounds like a pretty painful partial tear or bad strain. Either way doubt he plays Sunday. He should be shelved a few weeks minimum.
    Yes if it was a compete tear but its not. I've watched a guy completely tear a bicep while lifting and it rolled up like you described.


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    Suggs returned to practice today.




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    since its not a full tear he prob wont need surgury also, if its a strain or severe pull its not even partially torn.

    Bottom line, is if he can be effective with the injury, play him on Sunday if not rest him for the last 3 games and give him an extra week to heal.




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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRob View Post
    As for Suggs. It is very suspect. He was never known for being in shape. He has a contract year coming up and must be in the best shape/condition of his life.

    All of the sudden he shows up ripped to shreds and elevates his game. Signs a huge contract and then begins to show signs of HGH use. Shreds his tendons in his achilles and biceps now.

    Very very suspect. 2009 injured leg 4.5 sacks. 2010 and 2011 = 11 and 14 sacks DPOY.
    Suggs also had seasons with 12 and 10.5 sacks earlier in his career, so it's not like he wasn't capable of putting up the numbers.

    Plus, Suggs was a pending FA in 2007, when he only put up 5 sacks. He signed his long term deal in 2009. That's when he only put up 4.5 sacks, albeit in only 13 games.

    So, he signed his new contract before the 2 years that you referenced as evidence of some sort of chemically-enhanced contract drive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by B-more Ravor View Post
    Suggs also had seasons with 12 and 10.5 sacks earlier in his career, so it's not like he wasn't capable of putting up the numbers.

    Plus, Suggs was a pending FA in 2007, when he only put up 5 sacks. He signed his long term deal in 2009. That's when he only put up 4.5 sacks, albeit in only 13 games.

    So, he signed his new contract before the 2 years that you referenced as evidence of some sort of chemically-enhanced contract drive.
    Also, his contract is good through 2015. Hes not a worry yet, and hes still a highly paid LB




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    Quote Originally Posted by B-more Ravor View Post
    Suggs also had seasons with 12 and 10.5 sacks earlier in his career, so it's not like he wasn't capable of putting up the numbers.

    Plus, Suggs was a pending FA in 2007, when he only put up 5 sacks. He signed his long term deal in 2009. That's when he only put up 4.5 sacks, albeit in only 13 games.

    So, he signed his new contract before the 2 years that you referenced as evidence of some sort of chemically-enhanced contract drive.
    Let's see if he continues to have tendon issues going forward?

    Let's see if his production drops off significantly.

    His bodycomp changed significantly.

    Lots of NFL'ers using HGH i am sure and I have no problem with it. Why does anybody?




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