Still no Stork

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    Still no Stork

    Anyone else have that uneasy feeling that we may not be seeing this guy again this year.

     
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    I wasn't high on the pick at all, though admittedly center is one position where a technician using leverage can overcome a lack of athleticism and win.  Probably too early to call him a bust though...

     
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    Re: Still no Stork

    Belichick strikes again! 



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    Re: Still no Stork

    While I did not see the actual STork injury, I did see him walk off the field and he appeared to be walking just fine. He certainly did not suffer a break or dislocation based on the way he was walking. Hard to say he even had a sprain, as he was not limping off.

    It was announced as a lower leg injury, but realistically, who really knows the way this team posts injuries.

    I also thought STork was showing up really well in practice and one on ones when I was watching. Has a lot of size, maybe the biggest C that I can recall playing here, and good technique.

     
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    In response to DougIrwin's comment:
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    Tcal could not have a good time if Mila Kunis fell on his face.  

    Top 3 tool wet blankets here:

    1. RKrap

    2. TCal

    3. Mt Hurl

    No debate.

    Those are the 3.

    They all have no idea how to have a good time, are miserable, have awful taste in music and are angry middle aged men.

     

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    I have a good time every day.

    Music is not one of my "go to" pleasures, but we do often catch jazz shows both in Boston and NYC

    I have nothing to be angry about. I have great family, health and security. I enjoy my life to the fullest. I still work too much, but its either that or move on. I am not ready to move on yet (although was very, very tempted to move to Orlando with the Golf Channel about 4 months ago)

    Send Mila over and lets see

     
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    In response to rkarp's comment:
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    In response to DougIrwin's comment:
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    Tcal could not have a good time if Mila Kunis fell on his face.  

    Top 3 tool wet blankets here:

    1. RKrap

    2. TCal

    3. Mt Hurl

    No debate.

    Those are the 3.

    They all have no idea how to have a good time, are miserable, have awful taste in music and are angry middle aged men.

     

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    I have a good time every day.

    Music is not one of my "go to" pleasures, but we do often catch jazz shows both in Boston and NYC

    I have nothing to be angry about. I have great family, health and security. I enjoy my life to the fullest. I still work too much, but its either that or move on. I am not ready to move on yet (although was very, very tempted to move to Orlando with the Golf Channel about 4 months ago)

    Send Mila over and lets see

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    the heck with mila. Let's talk holly Saunders •swoon•

     
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    Re: Still no Stork

    In response to tcal2-'s comment:
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    Anyone else have that uneasy feeling that we may not be seeing this guy again this year.

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    God I hope not, I can see why you feel that way, but I'm hoping it's just a typical sprain that will keep him out a week. From what I've read he has looked good, which is good for him because if he hadn't the Patriots would be giving him the old tap on the shoulder and tell him...you have a bad injury kid, you're going on the IR. Then we would never hear or see of him again - we might hear rumors that he still exists (like we did with Armstead or Dowling), but we'd never see him again. I swear the rookie IR is really the sarlaac pit.

     
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    Re: Still no Stork

    How in the world can anyone make a decision that a guy is a bust after one week of camp, him walking off on his own and preliminary reports that he was in fact vying for a starters role if not a key back up?

    iThis is TC, I think we can hold the guillotine for a few more days
    Pat's Fan lost in Jet Land

     
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    Re: Still no Stork

    In response to wozzy's comment:


    I wasn't high on the pick at all, though admittedly center is one position where a technician using leverage can overcome a lack of athleticism and win.  Probably too early to call him a bust though...




    I'm not calling him or even implying in any way he's a bust. All reports were he was doing great. Missing 4 days of training camp is a bit concerning so I'm a bit worried he may have an injury that will get him IR'ed and that would suck big time.

     
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    Re: Still no Stork

    Stork is another guy with a long history of injuries:

     

    He battled several injuries throughout his career. He was limited last fall during camp due to toe surgery, and did not participate at the scouting combine due to injuries to his left knee and both shoulders. He suffered a finger injury in 2012 that became infected and nearly required amputation.

    Stork, who visited with the Patriots during the pre-draft process, said that his injuries are behind him and that he was able to standout when teams put him up on the board.

     

    Hopefully he's right that his injuries are behind him, but this isn't a promising start.  

     

     

     
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    Re: Still no Stork

    In response to prolate0spheroid's comment:
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    Stork is another guy with a long history of injuries:

     

    He battled several injuries throughout his career. He was limited last fall during camp due to toe surgery, and did not participate at the scouting combine due to injuries to his left knee and both shoulders. He suffered a finger injury in 2012 that became infected and nearly required amputation.

    Stork, who visited with the Patriots during the pre-draft process, said that his injuries are behind him and that he was able to standout when teams put him up on the board.

     

    Hopefully he's right that his injuries are behind him, but this isn't a promising start.  

     

     

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    Pat's Fan lost in Jet Land

    yes for sure about his injuries, this early I just as soon be optimistic as not, we will have enuf downers later lol

     
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    In response to TrueChamp's comment:
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    Belichick strikes again! 



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    Give it a rest.

     

     
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    Re: Still no Stork

    Injuries happen to players on all teams. So far the Patriots have been more fortunate than others.

     
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