He wasn’t in a sling or limiting movement with his arm/shoulder. The fact that he came back out and was on the sideline with no training staff around him makes me think it isn’t too serious and he was removed from the game for precautionary reasons, especially going into the bye week.Hoping it isn’t the shoulder. He has had issues and on the play it looks like he landed on it hard with the DB adding force to the impact.
Perhaps she's smarter than her husband? That's certainly the case at my house!I also thought it looked like he was favoring his left shoulder.
Even my wife said " When those other Dudes have a hold of him, he needs to go down" - "fighting for those xtra couple inches is when he gets injured"
they disclosed all the other injuries. w/ a bye week, why not talk about Viska?Good signs: He was mobile and encouraging guys on the sideline after being taken out. No sling, walking boot, concussion protocol, etc.
Bad signs: He posted on instagram "it's hard to stay positive when you've had so many negatives thrown at you" and "everything happens for a reason". Sounds more like an extended period of time-type of injury, but that's just my opinion.
I think it's his ribs.
The tough part will be the radio silence from the team for the next 2 weeks. Which I agree with from a strategic standpoint for both Laviska and the team, but it's gonna be a long two weeks to wait and see...
Weird comparing him to a 3X pro bowler like it's a bad thing.We're all big Viska fans here and rightly so, but he's going to slide into the lower 1st or upper 2nd round of the draft if these injuries continue. No one wants J. Clowney 2.0...At least not in the upper half of the 1st round.