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    Re: Kluwe Sits Out Offseason Practices

    "Bdubya" wrote:
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    "AWZeus" wrote:
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    It'll be okay.. Ask any football fan how long it takes a football player to recover from ligament damage and they'll say 6-8 months.

    To use an example I remembered earlier and mentioned in another thread: Ruud Van Nistelrooy (he of Manchester United and Holland fame) tore cruciate knee ligaments in April 2000 and subsequently failed a medical that would have allowed him to move from PSV to Manchester. However, a year later - 2001 - the move was revived, completed, and in 01/02 season Ruud scored 23 goals in 32 Premiership games, and win the PFA Player of the Year Award.
    Yeah - but that was to come back and play that sissy girl sport.

    Not to be an NFL PUNTER!

    :razz:

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    It took a few seconds for that razz smiley to appear, and boy was I ready to let fly with a verbal assault of unmatched proportions!

    :razz:
    We all know how hard you can bring the pain down on people Benet! He's lucky he razzed you!
    Eh.. I only do it to those who deserve it.

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    Re: Kluwe Sits Out Offseason Practices

    "Benet" wrote:
    "AWZeus" wrote:
    "Benet" wrote:
    It'll be okay.. Ask any football fan how long it takes a football player to recover from ligament damage and they'll say 6-8 months.

    To use an example I remembered earlier and mentioned in another thread: Ruud Van Nistelrooy (he of Manchester United and Holland fame) tore cruciate knee ligaments in April 2000 and subsequently failed a medical that would have allowed him to move from PSV to Manchester. However, a year later - 2001 - the move was revived, completed, and in 01/02 season Ruud scored 23 goals in 32 Premiership games, and win the PFA Player of the Year Award.
    Yeah - but that was to come back and play that sissy girl sport.

    Not to be an NFL PUNTER!

    :razz:

    =Z=
    It took a few seconds for that razz smiley to appear, and boy was I ready to let fly with a verbal assault of unmatched proportions!

    :razz:
    You really can't deny though that NFL punter has got to be one of the most demanding jobs there is. *sarcasm off*

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    Re: Kluwe Sits Out Offseason Practices

    "Ltrey33" wrote:
    You really can't deny though that NFL punter has got to be one of the most demanding jobs there is. *sarcasm off*
    Oh but of course.. Second only to the place-holder on field goal and extra point attempts!

    :lol:

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    Re: Kluwe Sits Out Offseason Practices

    "Benet" wrote:
    "AWZeus" wrote:
    "Benet" wrote:
    It'll be okay.. Ask any football fan how long it takes a football player to recover from ligament damage and they'll say 6-8 months.

    To use an example I remembered earlier and mentioned in another thread: Ruud Van Nistelrooy (he of Manchester United and Holland fame) tore cruciate knee ligaments in April 2000 and subsequently failed a medical that would have allowed him to move from PSV to Manchester. However, a year later - 2001 - the move was revived, completed, and in 01/02 season Ruud scored 23 goals in 32 Premiership games, and win the PFA Player of the Year Award.
    Yeah - but that was to come back and play that sissy girl sport.

    Not to be an NFL PUNTER!

    :razz:

    =Z=
    It took a few seconds for that razz smiley to appear, and boy was I ready to let fly with a verbal assault of unmatched proportions!

    :razz:
    Ha!!

    NFL Punters could take some flopping lessons from some of the dudes in the World Cup, that's for sure! Yellow cards and Personal Fouls - same family!

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    Re: Kluwe Sits Out Offseason Practices

    "Benet" wrote:
    "Ltrey33" wrote:
    You really can't deny though that NFL punter has got to be one of the most demanding jobs there is. *sarcasm off*
    Oh but of course.. Second only to the place-holder on field goal and extra point attempts!

    :lol:
    Hey - the place-holder has a lot of responsibility to handle the low snaps, high snaps, weird snaps and the occasional FAKE KICK!

    I wonder if McMahon will be our holder now that Brad's the starting QB??

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    Re: Kluwe Sits Out Offseason Practices

    he is a good punter better the nbennet that 4 sure
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    Re: Kluwe Sits Out Offseason Practices

    "thetrenches68OL" wrote:
    he is a good punter better the nbennet that 4 sure
    And yet, you can't buy his jersey (Kluwe's) at the Vikings Store.

    NO respect!

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