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    Giants resign Shaun Rogers

    All of a sudden were not too short handed at DT. Joseph Austin Rogers and Kuhn is solid.

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    http://www.giants101.com/2013/02/07/...-shaun-rogers/ - RF

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    http://www.nj.com/giants/index.ssf/2...e_tackl_1.html - RF
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    Nice. He looked promising before that blood clot. Question is, is that kind of problem something that can recur?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toadofsteel View Post
    Nice. He looked promising before that blood clot. Question is, is that kind of problem something that can recur?
    Let's hope
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toadofsteel View Post
    Nice. He looked promising before that blood clot. Question is, is that kind of problem something that can recur?
    I can't imagine them re-singing him if there was a serious medical issue pending.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toadofsteel View Post
    Nice. He looked promising before that blood clot. Question is, is that kind of problem something that can recur?
    Depends on the reason. If he has Factor V Leiden or another clotting disorder, there's a chance it could occur again. However, if he does have a clotting disorder he'd be on an anti-coagulant regimen (warfarin, lovenox, or another blood thinner) and he'd be getting his PT and INR checked on a regular basis. If he is on an AC regimen, depending on where the doctors want his clotting factor at he wouldn't get medical clearance to play (if the doctors wanted to keep his PT/INR north of 3, there'd be an increased chance of internal bleeding, especially bleeding in the brain).

    Chances are better than not, he doesn't have any clotting disorder (assuming this is his first issue with clots), as he would have had to pass a physical to sign back. He was probably on a AC regimen for 6 months and the doctors will probably take weekly/biweekly blood tests to make sure his clotting factor stays within the norm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drez View Post
    Depends on the reason. If he has Factor V Leiden or another clotting disorder, there's a chance it could occur again. However, if he does have a clotting disorder he'd be on an anti-coagulant regimen (warfarin, lovenox, or another blood thinner) and he'd be getting his PT and INR checked on a regular basis. If he is on an AC regimen, depending on where the doctors want his clotting factor at he wouldn't get medical clearance to play (if the doctors wanted to keep his PT/INR north of 3, there'd be an increased chance of internal bleeding, especially bleeding in the brain).

    Chances are better than not, he doesn't have any clotting disorder (assuming this is his first issue with clots), as he would have had to pass a physical to sign back. He was probably on a AC regimen for 6 months and the doctors will probably take weekly/biweekly blood tests to make sure his clotting factor stays within the norm.
    DAMN. Was I just reading one of my wife's medical journals? Nice info. Or did you stay at a Holiday Inn Express??? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiantRoc View Post
    DAMN. Was I just reading one of my wife's medical journals? Nice info. Or did you stay at a Holiday Inn Express??? lol
    No. My wife has clotting issues, so I'm relatively well versed in this particular area of medicine, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drez View Post
    No. My wife has clotting issues, so I'm relatively well versed in this particular area of medicine, lol.
    DAMN, I was just going to ask for a free exam
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drez View Post
    No. My wife has clotting issues, so I'm relatively well versed in this particular area of medicine, lol.
    Hate to hear that. Hope its well managed. I'm impressed either way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toadofsteel View Post
    Nice. He looked promising before that blood clot. Question is, is that kind of problem something that can recur?
    I dont think u can count on Bernard or Rodgers to make the team if 1 makes it your ahead of the game

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