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 Post subject: Re: Any word on AB lately
PostPosted: Thu Dec 28, 2017 2:10 pm 
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I once pulled both calves (I know) playing basketball. I was 26 at the time.

I had trouble walking for 2 weeks and it was 2 months before I could run again.


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 Post subject: Re: Any word on AB lately
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Not a pull, though-- a contusion.

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 Post subject: Re: Any word on AB lately
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bradshaw2ben wrote:
Not a pull, though-- a contusion.



im pretty sure i read "partial tear"...which is another way of saying a strain


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 Post subject: Re: Any word on AB lately
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bradshaw2ben wrote:
Not a pull, though-- a contusion.


Was it ever for sure confirmed to be a contusion? If that's the case, I would assume once swelling has gone down that there's no further risk of injury (when combined with aggressive massage to break up any scar tissue).

It's been a week and a half....to be limping like that still, one hell of a kick.

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 Post subject: Re: Any word on AB lately
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Havoc wrote:
I once pulled both calves (I know) playing basketball. I was 26 at the time.

I had trouble walking for 2 weeks and it was 2 months before I could run again.


I had a very, very minor strain/tear. I felt a tightness, and immediately stopped running. Walked home the last mile with mild discomfort, but only a very slight limp.

Not to compare myself to a pro athlete in his prime, but mine was tight and sore for almost a week, and probably two weeks to fully heal. I just don't look at AB now and think he'll be 100% in 2.5 weeks.

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 Post subject: Re: Any word on AB lately
PostPosted: Thu Dec 28, 2017 2:29 pm 
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The one thing you can tell for sure in that video is there is no bruising or swelling in his calf - that rules out a Grade 3 (over 50%) tear, which is what Troy had.

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Sunday brought a bad result for the Steelers.
But in the aftermath of their 27-24 loss to the Patriots, there was some good news regarding wide receiver Antonio Brown.
Not only did he not need emergency surgery for compartment syndrome, he appears to have the good (better) kind of partial calf muscle tear.
Calf muscle strains and partial tears are known to linger, especially in explosive athletes like Brown.

If this were a partial tear from elongation suffered while changing directions or pushing off, it could easily affect Brown for the next 4-6 weeks, which would leave him at less than 100 percent for the playoffs.
By video, though, this partial muscle tear was from a direct blow and thus will have less separation of muscle fibers and a potentially quicker return.
Yes, he will likely still miss the final two games of the regular season, but this gives him a good chance to be effective for the playoffs — and potentially 100 percent for a possible rematch with the Patriots.


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Kodiak wrote:
I had a very, very minor strain/tear. I felt a tightness, and immediately stopped running. Walked home the last mile with mild discomfort, but only a very slight limp.

Not to compare myself to a pro athlete in his prime, but mine was tight and sore for almost a week, and probably two weeks to fully heal. I just don't look at AB now and think he'll be 100% in 2.5 weeks.


It's AB. His skillset requires a healthy calf. He missed last game. It's a concern. Hopefully it will all work out.


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Sunday brought a bad result for the Steelers.
But in the aftermath of their 27-24 loss to the Patriots, there was some good news regarding wide receiver Antonio Brown.
Not only did he not need emergency surgery for compartment syndrome, he appears to have the good (better) kind of partial calf muscle tear.
Calf muscle strains and partial tears are known to linger, especially in explosive athletes like Brown.

If this were a partial tear from elongation suffered while changing directions or pushing off, it could easily affect Brown for the next 4-6 weeks, which would leave him at less than 100 percent for the playoffs.
By video, though, this partial muscle tear was from a direct blow and thus will have less separation of muscle fibers and a potentially quicker return.
Yes, he will likely still miss the final two games of the regular season, but this gives him a good chance to be effective for the playoffs — and potentially 100 percent for a possible rematch with the Patriots.


Seems uncertain. Hopefully it will all work out.


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 Post subject: Re: Any word on AB lately
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I don't trust or believe anything I see on instagram or wherever.

He may be fine, he may not.

Nobody knows until it matters.

It doesn't matter against the brownies.

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 Post subject: Re: Any word on AB lately
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It's a pretty rough injury.

Would be surprised if he's 100% or close to it in two weeks. I expect him to play, but I don't think he'll be right until the SB if we make it.

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 Post subject: Re: Any word on AB lately
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I had a similar type of injury when I was in high school. Now granted, that was over 40 years ago, and I wasn’t a pro athlete with unlimited, top of the line medical and physical resources available to me. I was on crutches for 2 and half weeks, and it was another 2-3 weeks before I could run even reasonably well. Now I can’t remember the exact diagnosis...calf strain, tear, contusion...whatever. I just remember it hurting like all hell...

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 Post subject: Re: Any word on AB lately
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A strong possibility we’ll be without him, or with him very limited for the divisional round, but still too early to tell for sure. If anyone can recover in time it’s AB, but the last thing any of us would want is to see him compromised to the point that he re-aggravates the injury in the divisional round and is out the following week (assuming a Steelers victory). My feeling is both Brown and Bell will be needed to get by NE.


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 Post subject: Re: Any word on AB lately
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AB on the mend... Bump^

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Hurry back AB we'll need you out there doing what you do.

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 Post subject: Re: Any word on AB lately
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Steelafan77 wrote:
AB on the mend... Bump^


What is that, a treadmill inside a hyperbaric chamber?!?

Can't really tell if he still has a limp/hitch, but it kind of looks like it to me. Jogging in a week, probably 80-90% for divisional game.

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 Post subject: Re: Any word on AB lately
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Was my guess to Kodiak. Hyperbaric treadmill.


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 Post subject: Re: Any word on AB lately
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It's an alter G or "anti-gravity" treadmill

It lets you lower the amount of weight you are running with (through the skirt like thing around AB's waist)


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 Post subject: Re: Any word on AB lately
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Ok makes perfect sense then. Not wanting to over work the injured calf with full weight/impact. Step in the right direction though... ;)


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 Post subject: Re: Any word on AB lately
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Ok makes perfect sense then. Not wanting to over work the injured calf with full weight/impact. Step in the right direction though... ;)


So walking with less than full weight? I'd say that is not nearly as far along at this point as I would have hoped.

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