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I cant wait till we see this guy with a few games injury free. Had some good moments last night.
 

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I cant wait till we see this guy with a few games injury free. Had some good moments last night.
Had a few lapses in defence, but nothing that can't be fixed.

Bloke has aggression.
 

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Give him the week off. Hazleton can come off the bench for him this week.

Who should replace Wade? Tracey? Iro?

If Hynes plays they probably put trindall as the utility you’d think.
 

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I think he will miss it due to the earlier kick off time. I think 6 days is only possible if the injury occurs before kick off time of the next game
Yep.

Each stage below is a minimum of 24 hours. Stage 6 is "rest 24 hours before returning to play". Can't play until a minimum of 144 hours have passed since the head knock.

Jets also play Friday, so Jack has the weekend off.

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Yep.

Each stage below is a minimum of 24 hours. Stage 6 is "rest 24 hours before returning to play". Can't play until a minimum of 144 hours have passed since the head knock.
There's also an 11 day stand down period following a diagnosed concussion. If diagnosed, you need an independent doc to sign off on your return earlier than 11 days.
 

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There's also an 11 day stand down period following a diagnosed concussion. If diagnosed, you need an independent doc to sign off on your return earlier than 11 days.
Yeah but every club gets that every time if they do the 6 steps without issue
 

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Yep.

Each stage below is a minimum of 24 hours. Stage 6 is "rest 24 hours before returning to play". Can't play until a minimum of 144 hours have passed since the head knock.

Jets also play Friday, so Jack has the weekend off.

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Cheers Burgo, was wondering how this actually worked.
Interesting to also see that they won't have trained much in that week either. And that there's no grades of concussions, you are or you aren't
 

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Cheers Burgo, was wondering how this actually worked.
Interesting to also see that they won't have trained much in that week either. And that there's no grades of concussions, you are or you aren't
Perhaps more accurately from this testings point of view, you have symptoms or you don't, as that is the only method of determining where you are at
 

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Cheers Burgo, was wondering how this actually worked.
Interesting to also see that they won't have trained much in that week either. And that there's no grades of concussions, you are or you aren't
There are assessments at each stage.. Higher grade would mean that it takes longer to progress through stages. Minimum 24 hours, but if you still have headaches on day 3 you will be stuck on step 1 for a while.

I had a player last year who was cleared by a doctor and returned to full training (stage 5) and then became disoriented at training. Kept him on that stage for another 10 days (in a red bib with limited contact).
 

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Any thoughts ?
Doesn't really excite me in the 17
 

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Not sating his fault for anything , just wondering what he offers
 

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He made some quality runs, he can definitely stay. Needs more time on the field.
 

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We fail to work over big packs in the right way IMO. Williams, Kaufasi, Mcinness, Talakai need to get ball close to line in between the big men so they can burrow through and get a quick ptb. Gallen was so good at this. He used his build and running style to prevent guys hitting him in the upper body. If they go low he offloads.

Mobility and low centre of gravity are crucial against big packs.

I hate being an armchair coach but this issue bugs me.
 
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