Armstead placed on NFI list

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    Re: Armstead placed on NFI list

    In response to russgriswold's comment:

     

    I've never seen a live game? LOL!!!

    I went literally a dozen from 1984-1995.  At least one a year, sometimes two.  That's on top of a career seeing easily 50 Bruins games live at the old Garden and as many live Sox games at Fenway.

     



    LOL @ mentioning Sox and Bruins games.  We are talking football here, not baseball and hockey.  Serious question.... when was the last live Patriots game that you attended?

     
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    Re: Armstead placed on NFI list

    In response to russgriswold's comment:

    I went literally a dozen from 1984-1995.  At least one a year, sometimes two.  That's on top of a career seeing easily 50 Bruins games live at the old Garden and as many live Sox games at Fenway.



    1984-1995, inclusive:  12 years.

    "at least one game a year":  literally a dozen games.

    "sometimes two": literally more than a dozen games.

    I'll exend the benefit of the doubt here and assume you meant "at least a dozen" and not "literally a dozen".

     
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    Re: Armstead placed on NFI list

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     I wouldn't get alarmed by this yet.  I believe you can't put a player on the PUP list once he's practiced at all, so it makes sense to start players with any question mark no matter how minor on the PUP.  Once the trainers and medical staff are okay with the player's condition, you take him off.  But if you let him practice, you can never put him on the list, so teams play it safe.

     

     



    This is true but as Pezz pointed out Armstead is on the NFI not the PuP

     

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    Rules are the same for NFI and PUP.  No issue there.

     

     
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    Re: Armstead placed on NFI list

    In response to rkarp's comment:

    I believe the correct situation is that a player on the list must sit out if he is still on the list at final cut down.

    Armstead was at OTA's with the other l-men. They didnt do much with out pads on, but he was there. My understanding is that Armstead is still seeing a specialist at regular intervals. Perhaps he needs another visit for a final ok to proceed during camp? 

    I wouldn't panic yet, but Mr Fortson, please step up!



    Yes this is right.  If they keep you on the list (either list) after final cut down you have to sit six weeks.

     
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    Re: Armstead placed on NFI list

    In response to russgriswold's comment:

    You seem to forget my family has had season tickets since 1978. Foxborough was no place for a kid in the late 70s and much of the 1980s, so I wasn't allowed to go a lot of games.



    Tons of kids when to games at Sullivan Stadium in the 80's.  Just because mommy and daddy didn't want their little Rusty-poo to hear a couple of bad words, doesn't mean the games were no place for kids.

    Furthermore, the statement is contradictory.  It was no place for a kid, so you weren't allowed to go to a lot of games.  If it was so bad, why did you go to any?

    P.S.  Santa Clause doesn't exist.

     
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    Re: Armstead placed on NFI list

    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:

    In response to russgriswold's comment:

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    You seem to forget my family has had season tickets since 1978. Foxborough was no place for a kid in the late 70s and much of the 1980s, so I wasn't allowed to go a lot of games.

     



    Tons of kids when to games at Sullivan Stadium in the 80's.  Just because mommy and daddy didn't want their little Rusty-poo to hear a couple of bad words, doesn't mean the games were no place for kids.

     

    Furthermore, the statement is contradictory.  It was no place for a kid, so you weren't allowed to go to a lot of games.  If it was so bad, why did you go to any?

    P.S.  Santa Clause doesn't exist.

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    neither does God-russ knows this for a FACT too

     
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    Re: Armstead placed on NFI list

    You guys arguing over who knew what when about Ballard, realize that Ballard is NOT on the PUP list, right?

     

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