PDA

View Full Version : I heard Troy got hurt taking the team photo?


RuHappy69
10-25-2012, 06:33 AM
Any truth to that? :toofunny:

DoctorCAD
10-25-2012, 07:06 AM
Not funny.

I pulled a Troy (torn calf) during my teams final volleyball practice before playoffs. Man, that hurts. Looks like I'm out of the finals.

I'm an old, out of shape, amateur with no trainer or medical staff. He is a pro athlete in great shape and has some of the best trainers and medical staff in the world.

Hope both of us are back in the game soon!

Atlanta Dan
10-25-2012, 07:22 AM
Not funny.

I pulled a Troy (torn calf) during my teams final volleyball practice before playoffs. Man, that hurts. Looks like I'm out of the finals.

Do you follow the team's training regimen or do you have your own unique off season training practices that may contribute to a history of leg injuries?

steelfury02
10-25-2012, 08:28 AM
it's all genetic - those Pacific Islanders are known for their leg issues:chuckle::flap:

teegre
10-25-2012, 08:46 AM
it's all genetic - those Pacific Islanders are known for their leg issues:chuckle::flap:

I never had leg issues... although, I did have chest issues.
Sincerely,
Junior Seau

[Too soon?]

Bayz101
10-25-2012, 08:48 AM
I never had leg issues... although, I did have chest issues.
Sincerely,
Junior Seau

[Too soon?]

http://images.rcp.realclearpolitics.com/111997_5_.jpg

FanSince72
10-25-2012, 08:52 AM
Any truth to that? :toofunny:

It's probably right up there with people who are maimed in bowling accidents every year.

steelfury02
10-25-2012, 09:07 AM
teegre, that is too soon - but I still can't help but chuckle just a little bit, and well, Bayz's pic of one constipated Newt didn't help matters haha

I really think hearing Renegade when I turned the car on first thing the other morning is an omen - I haven't heard that on the radio down here in ages - and it was right after the Cincy game - If Troy is back in there for a final run and they build upon this game - watch out

And oh yea, I'll take this time to say how much I'm reveling in the Rats fans' dismay - a lot really think they're done for and are already talking about how they might just have to start rooting for the Texans and didn't realize how good they were. And their team is 5-2 and still has the lead, with Suggs coming back! Can you imagine? I think we would all trade records with them, right?

SoCalFan
10-25-2012, 10:26 AM
All I know is, when Troy is 100% leave him out for a few additional games, and when they do let him play, make it limited for a few games! If we (we will) sneak into the playoffs, let the hungry (healthy) beast loose!!!

tony hipchest
10-25-2012, 10:39 AM
Do you follow the team's training regimen or do you have your own unique off season training practices that may contribute to a history of leg injuries?

:chuckle:

maybe troy is the most liked player in the NFL because of his brutal honesty-

BTSC Steelers ‏@btsteelcurtain
"Anabolic steroids and human growth hormone." - @tpolamalu joking about what more he can do to help heal his lingering calf injury



t. suggs sure healed quickly. almost as if healed by a "miracle" :rolleyes:

steelfury02
10-25-2012, 10:50 AM
:chuckle:

maybe troy is the most liked player in the NFL because of his brutal honesty-

BTSC Steelers ‏@btsteelcurtain
"Anabolic steroids and human growth hormone." - @tpolamalu joking about what more he can do to help heal his lingering calf injury



t. suggs sure healed quickly. almost as if healed by a "miracle" :rolleyes:

It was the magical power of those Dino gums
http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRv5Sq-qwOPri-0aCYLtCeaBwbGUc7A9kICa-RYRPflvHKDLskbFI5AoHrOXw

SteelersCanada
10-25-2012, 11:30 AM
It's probably wrong how long I laughed at that picture steelfury. :chuckle:

teegre
10-25-2012, 01:49 PM
teegre, that is too soon - but I still can't help but chuckle just a little bit, and well, Bayz's pic of one constipated Newt didn't help matters haha

I really think hearing Renegade when I turned the car on first thing the other morning is an omen - I haven't heard that on the radio down here in ages - and it was right after the Cincy game - If Troy is back in there for a final run and they build upon this game - watch out

That is what is known as "The Bayz-Teegre chop block." I occupy you with my dark humor, and Bayz knocks your knees out from under you, with his poignant pics. :wink02:

I like that omen. I can discern the sweet smell of Lombari No. 7.

DoctorCAD
10-25-2012, 02:40 PM
:chuckle:

maybe troy is the most liked player in the NFL because of his brutal honesty-

BTSC Steelers ‏@btsteelcurtain
"Anabolic steroids and human growth hormone." - @tpolamalu joking about what more he can do to help heal his lingering calf injury



t. suggs sure healed quickly. almost as if healed by a "miracle" :rolleyes:

Know where I can get some, I don't have access to the fired doctor that used to treat some Steelers!

Lokki
10-25-2012, 03:30 PM
:chuckle:

maybe troy is the most liked player in the NFL because of his brutal honesty-

BTSC Steelers ‏@btsteelcurtain
"Anabolic steroids and human growth hormone." - @tpolamalu joking about what more he can do to help heal his lingering calf injury



t. suggs sure healed quickly. almost as if healed by a "miracle" :rolleyes:

It was cool with Suggs though, because they used Horse Growth Hormone. There is nothing in the rules preventing that. Proof? picture of Suggs below.

http://www.ecoangler.com/habitat/Blackfoot_River/images/Blackfoot_horse_teeth_crop350text.JPG

FrancoLambert
10-25-2012, 05:13 PM
I heard the bright flash pulled his calf muscle again.
:sofunny:
Not dumping on Troy....he's given so much.....but he misses so many games now.