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« on: September 11, 2017, 08:26:16 pm »

https://www.si.com/college-football/2017/09/10/ap-fbc-fcs-fordham-edmonds-injured
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« Reply #1 on: September 11, 2017, 09:09:04 pm »

thanks for link.  The announcers during CCSU game said his left ankle was wrapped in ice.  Whether its his hamstring or ankle, not good for Chase or team.   I doubt he plays.  He is a legitimate NFL prospect, so no need to rush back and injure himself further.  I also would think the coaching staff would look out for Chase's best interest --let him heal fully and hope to get him 100% for start of PL schedule (3 weeks).   
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« Reply #2 on: September 12, 2017, 06:22:02 am »

thanks for link.  The announcers during CCSU game said his left ankle was wrapped in ice.  Whether its his hamstring or ankle, not good for Chase or team.   I doubt he plays.  He is a legitimate NFL prospect, so no need to rush back and injure himself further.  I also would think the coaching staff would look out for Chase's best interest --let him heal fully and hope to get him 100% for start of PL schedule (3 weeks).   

What does being an NFL prospect have to do with anything?   He's playing for Fordham. If he's good to go, he goes.  If it's a hamstring or a high ankle sprain it may be with him all season. 
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« Reply #3 on: September 12, 2017, 08:26:08 am »

What does being an NFL prospect have to do with anything?   He's playing for Fordham. If he's good to go, he goes.  If it's a hamstring or a high ankle sprain it may be with him all season. 

True that it may be with him all season, but two to three weeks of healing the hamstring is better than one. The ankle appears to be the same one that bothered him last season or the one before. My guess is he hurt the hamstring and the icing of the ankle was what he normally does when his day is done. In other words, announcers assumed it was the ankle b/c it had ice on it, but the ankle was going to have ice on it no matter what.
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« Reply #4 on: September 12, 2017, 09:02:37 am »

True that it may be with him all season, but two to three weeks of healing the hamstring is better than one. The ankle appears to be the same one that bothered him last season or the one before. My guess is he hurt the hamstring and the icing of the ankle was what he normally does when his day is done. In other words, announcers assumed it was the ankle b/c it had ice on it, but the ankle was going to have ice on it no matter what.

My reading as well. I'd be surprised if either is 100% resolved with a couple of weeks rest, though.   No issue sitting him if that's what they decide.   I just don't think any NFL prospects should enter in to it.
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« Reply #5 on: September 12, 2017, 09:26:00 am »

My reading as well. I'd be surprised if either is 100% resolved with a couple of weeks rest, though.   No issue sitting him if that's what they decide.   I just don't think any NFL prospects should enter in to it.

I agree 100% on the NFL angle. It should not factor in at all.
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« Reply #6 on: September 12, 2017, 09:35:53 am »

This is why you take your shot and go pro when you have nothing left to prove on the collegiate level.  That does not mean Chase would be in the NFL this year, but even if healthy this season was not going to do anything to change his pro prospects.  You can always go back to school, one bad step your pro prospects are done.
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