ROUND 4 PICK 108 - LB VINCE BIEGEL (WISCONSIN)

Tdog posted:

quote:  Vince Biegel's foot is not ready to come off...

well, that's good news!

Depends on how you look at it.  If his foot is "not ready to come off" yet, it is implied that at some point it will come off when it is ready.  

There was once another Vince who said players had to play with broken bones, concussions, and severe lacerations.  So what is this Vince's problem?  

Biegel missed most of his freshman year at Wisconsin with a foot injury but not sure it was the same injury? 

It sounds like this recent event is similar to last year where he missed a few games at UW. 

Foot injuries can be reoccurring so it's not a great sign.  

Ghost of Lambeau posted:
Tdog posted:

quote:  Vince Biegel's foot is not ready to come off...

well, that's good news!

Depends on how you look at it.  If his foot is "not ready to come off" yet, it is implied that at some point it will come off when it is ready.  

There was once another Vince who said players had to play with broken bones, concussions, and severe lacerations.  So what is this Vince's problem?  

His problem is he isn't that Vince.

Henry posted:

Really sticking your neck out there Timmy.  

Bold, Jerry. BOLD!

Actually, I think the 'foot' injuries are the hardest to completely recover from. I guess Biegel's injury (Jones fracture) may not have as bad a prognosis as the dreaded lisfranc injury, but there's not much history of players rehabbing this specific injury. Other than his own, of course, and I'd say that it's rather poor.

Also, if his roster status is 'flexible' we may be able to keep another player at a position that needs some depth. 

Not 'zackly cutting edge opinion, but whatta you expect for free? 

Brainwashed Boris posted:
Timmy! posted:
Henry posted:

Really sticking your neck out there Timmy.  


Not 'zackly cutting edge opinion, but whatta you expect for free? 

I assure you, this biting commentary & website isn't "free"

Which reminds me.  Need some dough bro?

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