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    Chris Snee has a torn hip labrum

    Chris Snee has a partially torn hip labrum - From Mike Garafolo #nyg #giants #gmen #snee

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    what does that mean? Is it a serviceable injury?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CowboysSuck View Post
    what does that mean? Is it a serviceable injury?
    I believe he's been playing with it
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    Yep - anad played with it and does not expect to miss time - very impressive

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave56dj View Post
    Yep - anad played with it and does not expect to miss time - very impressive
    hes a tough guy. sounds painful.

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    IT HURTS A LOT THIS GUY IS BADASS

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    hats off to Snee and Bennett for showing their grit and playing through their pain and injuries. I don't know the extent of Bennett's injury, but he did show heart and grit to come back and make some key blocks throughout the game.
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    I have no idea what a hip labrum is... but I am pretty sure I never want to tear one!

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    tear in the lining that holds the hip socket in place with the hip. can be alleviated with pain relievers/physical therapy. usually repaired by trimming the excess torn tissue.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cken View Post
    tear in the lining that holds the hip socket in place with the hip. can be alleviated with pain relievers/physical therapy. usually repaired by trimming the excess torn tissue.
    I was just going to say that
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