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On The Bright Side 2.0: Brady Healing Up

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  1. BigMike

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    TB's knee healing up and he's comign in to Foxboro for rehab. Looking forward to a great run in 2009!

    TB = great draft/sign some free agents in the offseason/learn how to pressure the opposing qb and were rocking and rolling in 09!
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    Ugh...so far away:rolleyes:
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    Were at 5-3 which is a credit to this organization.

    Next year, well be even better. Glad to hear Tom is recovering well.
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    This is good news to hear. Thanks for the update. :D
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    And Al and John spoke to Bob Kraft. He said that Brady told him he's doing fine, and should be on schedule for next season. :)
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    So it is ok for Brady to fly to Boston with an infection?
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    If not he could always rent one of this big RVs and a driver, and go cross-country. :)
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    I will volunteer to go cross country with Brady.
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    Maybe Madden will give him a lift:

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    They could film it for NFl films. LOL!
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    Heck, is there any non-troll on this board who wouldn't? :)
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    The trolls would go also.
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    I don't think Brady would be traveling if he still had the infection.
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    Casserly on Nfl Today,was saying Brady was do back in Boston this week. The antibiotics he is taking were suppose to be for 6 weeks. The infection maybe getting better but he would still have to take the antibiotics for the entire 6 weeks. That is why I asked if he could fly. I dont think he can return to Boston until the infection is clear and he is done with the antibiotics are done.
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    Anybody got anything new re: Brady and coming back to Foxboro?
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    On a private Marquise G5 Jet, yes.
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    I was talking more about the air pressure from flying causing blood clots.
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    Although the air pressure might contribute, the major cause of blood clots is from immobility. [If you've seen bedridden hospital patients with things that look like blood pressure cuffs on their legs, they're there to prevent clots.]
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    Thanks. I was wondering about that.
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    True. I was hospitalized on Sunday (appendicitis) and they put those things on my feet. They are supposed to simulate walking.

    Also, this is the first I heard about Brady being on schedule, so this is very good news to me. I was operated on at about 7:45 Sunday evening, so I missed all of the pregame stuff. I was awake for kickoff, but I don't remember much of the game due to the anastethisa (I am sure I did not spell that right).

    I told the surgeon as long as it won't kill me, I refuse to be operated on between 8pm and the end of the game. :D
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