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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by The Playmaker, Feb 24, 2013.
He will be there at 11 then also. We never were taking a defensive tackle.
Maybe that is why he dogs it 70% of the time.
star at 39 lol
Personally don't like to see a once sure fire too ten guy get bad news. This doesn't bode well for us landing warmack when the too end of the draft is already weak.
vacarro at 10...bye bye griff lol
Picture Vacarro playing for someone like West Virginia or Syracuse. Would you want him then?
This reminds me of how we passed on Nick Fairley for Jake. Smart move? Not yet, but time will tell
Nick Fairley makes Kenny Britt look responsible.
Some information from a cardiologist
The most common cause for heart failure is dysfunction of the left ventricle. Normally, every time the heart "beats," the left ventricle contracts and ejects approximately 60% of the blood in the chamber into the main artery (aorta). The percentage of blood pumped out of the left ventricle with each contraction is called the ejection fraction.
Measuring the ejection fraction is a way to determine left ventricle function. In patients with left ventricular dysfunction, the ejection fraction may be as little as 10%. An ejection fraction of approximately 40–45% indicates mild dysfunction; 30–40% indicates moderate dysfunction; and 10–25% indicates severe dysfunction.
Way too much of a risk. Doctor will not even let him work out at the combine because of this much less play in a football game. Add to the fact that Star is a large man meaning it could be more difficult to get under control.
Has this heart issue been an issue for him before?