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Ralph Wiggum
10-20-2011, 10:09 AM
Adam Schefter - "Without trade, Jerome Harrison doesn't get physical. Without physical, doctors don't find brain tumor. Trade might have saved his life."


Without Ronnie Brown throwing the ball on the goal-line to the 49ers defense, Jerome Harrison would be dead. Pretty nuts.


Ronnie Brown, saving lives.

xzp
10-20-2011, 10:14 AM
Adam Schefter - "Without trade, Jerome Harrison doesn't get physical. Without physical, doctors don't find brain tumor. Trade might have saved his life."


Without Ronnie Brown throwing the ball on the goal-line to the 49ers defense, Jerome Harrison would be dead. Pretty nuts.


Ronnie Brown, saving lives.
Hmm..I don't get it, don't nfl players get checkups every x amount of weeks anyway?

Regardless, good for Harrison.

gotrice33
10-20-2011, 10:14 AM
Adam Schefter - "Without trade, Jerome Harrison doesn't get physical. Without physical, doctors don't find brain tumor. Trade might have saved his life."


Without Ronnie Brown throwing the ball on the goal-line to the 49ers defense, Jerome Harrison would be dead. Pretty nuts.


Ronnie Brown, saving lives.

aware me

Ralph Wiggum
10-20-2011, 10:17 AM
aware me

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Ronnie Brown's "Run-pass option"

He tried to throw it, but I guess it was really a fumble.

BanWagon
10-20-2011, 10:17 AM
Lions made trade because Best got concussion during 49er's game. Also the 49er's exposed how terrible the Lions run game truly was.

Ralph Wiggum
10-20-2011, 10:18 AM
Hmm..I don't get it, don't nfl players get checkups every x amount of weeks anyway?

Regardless, good for Harrison.

I guess they don't get brain scans too often?

PumpAndGrow
10-20-2011, 10:19 AM
get well Jerome.

Onita
10-20-2011, 10:29 AM
Winning thread title.

Sad to see, but he's one lucky guy now (as lucky as someone with a brain tumor can be).

Hope he's ok.

gotrice33
10-20-2011, 10:35 AM
mWePW6sE59c

Ronnie Brown's "Run-pass option"

He tried to throw it, but I guess it was really a fumble.

wut does this have to do with jerome harrison getting a brain scan? srry very unaware

peteypistol
10-20-2011, 10:47 AM
wut does this have to do with jerome harrison getting a brain scan? srry very unaware

one of ronnies fukups this year which lead to eagles being unhappy with him, which lead to trading him for harrison

all players go thru thorough physicals if they are traded, so **** like getting a player with a brain tumor doesnt happen

charity4thepoor
10-20-2011, 10:49 AM
good luck to harrison.

neilsabo
10-20-2011, 10:52 AM
WTF don't NFL players get pretty thorough physicals every training camp?

brb paying millions of dollars for players without checking if they have any life-threatening conditions

Ralph Wiggum
10-20-2011, 10:57 AM
WTF don't NFL players get pretty thorough physicals every training camp?

brb paying millions of dollars for players without checking if they have any life-threatening conditions

Yes, but its not like they can knock on their head and detect a brain tumor. They need CT Scans and MRIs for that.

peteypistol
10-20-2011, 10:59 AM
WTF don't NFL players get pretty thorough physicals every training camp?

brb paying millions of dollars for players without checking if they have any life-threatening conditions


lol at checking for hemorrhoids and checkin the rectum





STANDARD MINIMUM PRESEASON PHYSICAL EXAMINATION

Should there be the need for additional examination or testing in any specific area, such will be permitted.

General Medical Examination 1. History
• player
• family
• thorough review of all team physicians and trainer reports for preceding seasons
2. Examination
• head
• face
• scalp
• ears
• external & drums
• sinus
• throat
• eyes
• pupils
• reaction to movement & light
• lungs
• palpation
• chest
• heart
• visceral
• hernia
• rectal
• hemorrhoid
• fistula
• prostate
• gastric
• any unusual body marks, i.e. scars, birthmarks
• height
• weight
• temperature
• blood pressure
• pulse
• heart rate

Orthopedic Examination
Examination visually, including stress testing and range of motion for all of the following:
• neck and spine
• shoulder
• elbow
• wrist
• fingers
• hips
• knees; also knee jerk
• ankle; check Achilles tendon for abnormalities and by jerk test
• toes

Flexibility Testing of hamstrings and neck

EKG Heart Abnormalities

Stress Testing (at physician's discretion) (Treadmill or bicycle) for cardiovascular

Blood Testing
Standard grid. Testing for (including but not limited to):
• Chemistry
• Calcium
• Phosphorus
• Glucose
• Uric Acid
• Cholesterol
• Iron
• Triglyceride
• Lipids
• Sodium
• Chlorides
• White Blood Count
• Red Blood Count
• Mono-Screen* ]
• Tay Sachs* ] *Where applicable. If found,
• Sickle Cell* ] individual counseling necessary.
• VD*

Urinalysis
Check for (including but not limited to):
• Protein
• Glucose
• PH Factor
• Diabetes
• Renal Failure
• Gout

Vision Testing
• peripheral vision
• standard eye test

Hearing Test

Dental Examination

Chest X-Ray (at appropriate intervals)
(Only as recommended by AMA standard)
Check for: Tumor
T.B.
Lesions

X-Ray all previously injured areas (at physician's discretion)

Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_criteria_for_passing_an_NFL_physical#i xzz1bLWGIDPa

newtonbrah
10-20-2011, 11:05 AM
phuck roonie brown that dude cost as that win and jerome harrison is trash thank god we dont have to deal with him

PumpAndGrow
10-20-2011, 11:27 AM
lol at checking for hemorrhoids and checkin the rectum





STANDARD MINIMUM PRESEASON PHYSICAL EXAMINATION

Should there be the need for additional examination or testing in any specific area, such will be permitted.

General Medical Examination 1. History
• player
• family
• thorough review of all team physicians and trainer reports for preceding seasons
2. Examination
• head
• face
• scalp
• ears
• external & drums
• sinus
• throat
• eyes
• pupils
• reaction to movement & light
• lungs
• palpation
• chest
• heart
• visceral
• hernia
• rectal
• hemorrhoid
• fistula
• prostate
• gastric
• any unusual body marks, i.e. scars, birthmarks
• height
• weight
• temperature
• blood pressure
• pulse
• heart rate

Orthopedic Examination
Examination visually, including stress testing and range of motion for all of the following:
• neck and spine
• shoulder
• elbow
• wrist
• fingers
• hips
• knees; also knee jerk
• ankle; check Achilles tendon for abnormalities and by jerk test
• toes

Flexibility Testing of hamstrings and neck

EKG Heart Abnormalities

Stress Testing (at physician's discretion) (Treadmill or bicycle) for cardiovascular

Blood Testing
Standard grid. Testing for (including but not limited to):
• Chemistry
• Calcium
• Phosphorus
• Glucose
• Uric Acid
• Cholesterol
• Iron
• Triglyceride
• Lipids
• Sodium
• Chlorides
• White Blood Count
• Red Blood Count
• Mono-Screen* ]
• Tay Sachs* ] *Where applicable. If found,
• Sickle Cell* ] individual counseling necessary.
• VD*

Urinalysis
Check for (including but not limited to):
• Protein
• Glucose
• PH Factor
• Diabetes
• Renal Failure
• Gout

Vision Testing
• peripheral vision
• standard eye test

Hearing Test

Dental Examination

Chest X-Ray (at appropriate intervals)
(Only as recommended by AMA standard)
Check for: Tumor
T.B.
Lesions

X-Ray all previously injured areas (at physician's discretion)

Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_criteria_for_passing_an_NFL_physical#i xzz1bLWGIDPa

interesting. thx

OptimusPoster
10-20-2011, 11:48 AM
In before every NFL player schedules a physical.

neilsabo
10-20-2011, 12:15 PM
Yes, but its not like they can knock on their head and detect a brain tumor. They need CT Scans and MRIs for that.
i just think it's weird that a physical a player gets for a trade is more thorough than the one that he got before training camp