Its so hard as a RB to come back from that kind of injury, and remain the same as before. We will see though. Hopefully he'll be fine.
However much you think you know about football, rest assured that Skip Bayless knows more!
Everyone is so high on Baron Batch.
To be honest, he won't do anything for us, all he does is write blogs and win people over to his side, but that doesn't necessarily mean he has the talent for us.
Whilst I don't like Mendenhall, Redman should be our starter.
batch sucks, just my opinion.
http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...deos/pft-live/Rashard Mendenhall’s most strenuous work might not be rehabbing his knee.
It might be learning patience.
The Steelers aren’t expecting Mendenhall to play Week 1, but they obviously think it won’t be long thereafter, since they activated him from the physically unable to perform list.
“To be real, I don’t know when I’ll be ready to play,” Mendenhall, said, via the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. “I’m just working with the training staff and doing what I can to get on the field.”
Mendenhall, who injured his right knee in last year’s finale at Cleveland, has been using the time since being activated to adapt to a new offense.
“I don’t question anything I’m doing in practice,” he said. “I can do most everything I did before, but I have to keep it within a certain realm that I’m comfortable with.
“I was comfortable during the 7-on-7 drills. I jumped in some plays here and there, and hopefully we’ll increase that as we go along.”
Activating him was a bit of a risk, since he might not be ready until after the Week 4 bye, but easing him into practice will at least give him a chance to work with Haley, in hopes he can hit the ground running.
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