I've been trying to tell you guys that it's a ruptured plantar fascia. In real people talk, it is the tendons that run from the heel of the foot to the toes that have been ruptured. It could be worse if it is a tear instead of rupture. I know this because of the way the trainer was taping his foot and I've had the same injury to both of my feet. I also stayed at a Holiday Inn Express last night.
tubucoco New Orleans Saints Fan las vegas, nevada Member since Oct 2007 22011 posts
re: PFT Graham Injury Update....... (Posted on 10/14/13 at 7:15 pm to LSUZombie)
Graham unneccessarily takes a pounding for someone so big. He is what Marcus Colston was in his first few years with the Saints. Taken extremely hard shots after catches, spitting up blood two times if I remember right. But then Colston got wise and started dishing the punishment instead of receiving. Lowering his shoulder on in comin DB's. Graham has to wise up and start doing the same. He gets tackled by one man way too easily sometimes, just willing to go down instead of bulldozing over that sucker. Him being guarded one on one physically by Talib was embarrassing. He should have abused him.