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Ya know, I wonder if his mystery illness was a result of long term covid? Not sure what that has to do with strength & conditioning, but maybe his bad play/regression is related to his back flip and the injury he quietly suffered as a result of said back flip

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Remember the strength coach is the guy who brought covid into the building last yr and ignored protocols and spread it far and wide.  I at the time thought it was a fireable offense.  

As to the injuries it seems like a leaguewide issue.  I for yrs have gone to the cba.   But a few of the injuries like the pec tears seem abnormal.  Also don't forget about the judon tweet.

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3 hours ago, GrubberRaven said:

Yeah, I missed it as well

 

This isn’t the first time that Saunders’ job in Baltimore has come into question. Last year, he was suspended for 30 days by the Ravens for “not always wearing a mask and contact-tracing device in the facility,” according to ESPN’s Jamison Hensley.

The suspension came amid the Ravens’ COVID-19 outbreak that sidelined 23 players, including superstar quarterback Lamar Jackson, and forced several postponements of scheduled games.

The Ravens also received a $250,000 fine for the outbreak, which was among the worst in the league last season.

But Saunders’ position in Baltimore seems secure, despite his connection to multiple controversies in the past year.

While Judon is no longer a Raven, he clearly believes that Saunders is to blame for Baltimore’s series of brutal injuries this season. While some injuries have been the result of in-game play, others have been non-contact, including the torn ACLs that ended the seasons of both Gus Edwards and Marcus Peters.

Those injuries also raised concerns about Baltimore’s staff responsible for player health and safety, though this is the first time that any player or coach, former or current, has called out Saunders by name.

This isn’t the first time that Saunders’ job in Baltimore has come into question. Last year, he was suspended for 30 days by the Ravens for “not always wearing a mask and contact-tracing device in the facility,” according to ESPN’s Jamison Hensley.

The suspension came amid the Ravens’ COVID-19 outbreak that sidelined 23 players, including superstar quarterback Lamar Jackson, and forced several postponements of scheduled games.

The Ravens also received a $250,000 fine for the outbreak, which was among the worst in the league last season.

But Saunders’ position in Baltimore seems secure, despite his connection to multiple controversies in the past year.

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