What is going on, ladies? German.
What is good? Welcome.
Welcome to the Run, boys.
Fantasies, Forts Network.
I know this did take place yesterday.
Definitely, uh Dale.
Hey, don't reporting this to you guys? What? Before we get into it first, make sure you guys go check out run boys dot com and you go visit our website, you can check out all the cool exclusive articles and exclusive concert that we have coming out for you guys, Um, also in relation to this topic that I'm gonna be speaking on.
We are looking forward to getting the fantasy doctors all in the show of fancy football.
Doctors don't know if you guys have heard of the hazy doctors.
Jesse James Moore, Uh, who was one of one of the one of the main main main cast members there along with the Well, I got charming.
Really? Any guy, I believe it's someone to say, Like, like select or something like that.
Um, but we are working on securing, huh? The be fantasy doctors on our show to be able to provide you guys a different outlook and perspective on a lot of these injuries.
that have been going down in the league recently? Um, one of the things that I definitely want toe make sure that at such on here in terms of a J.
Green is I told you so.
Remember, during the wide receiver summit here on the run boy's fantasy network and the guys you know, we kind of got answer.
What about About about a J. Green.
And we were we all pretty much came to the same consistency because concensus that, uh, we're all going to stay far away from from a J. Green.
Luckily, we haven't done our draft yet for the wrong boys.
So with that, with that being stating Okay, um, I don't want to put it, um, we were right.
We right nine times out of 10.
We're right about these things.
That's part of why we do this so that you guys can have a source that that that that is, you know, opinionated, passionate, and also very knowledgeable.
Very, very knowledgeable.
Let's go ahead and take a look at this report.
I am reading this report via the sleeper at a J.
Green was carted to the locker room with an apparent left foot injury Saturday.
So this took place yesterday.
Um, it appears to be a legitimate injury.
Green talk with team doctors on the sideline before standing up, punching the bench and yelling in frustration and then hopping on a cart to head inside.
Green has never had any issues with his left foot in the past, and both previous so injuries were on his right foot.
Either way, we hold Green has avoided anything serious year.
He was poised for a rebound year and coaches act.
Taylor's offense will provide updates.
Wind One is available.
Um, so that's that.
That's of course, you know, from from the sleep Rap Rapoport rights based off initial diagnosis bangles.
Wide receiver A.
Green is to believe, have suffered a sprained ankle.
They are hopeful.
Oh, that he's going to get a Emory, to be sure.
If that's the case, expect serious caution throughout the preseason from Green and the team.
So it is appearing that it is a sprained ankle.
We will have more for you guys, as that seems to heat up.
I want to take a look at this article as well.
By Deadspin all the NFL's 100th anniversary may have taken down a J. Green.
Um, that's been very, very testy for Deadspin five hours ago. Rights.
The first major injury of training camp belongs to bagels.
Wide receiver A J.
Green, the seven time Pro Bowler, landed awkwardly, trying to make it catch in seven on seven drills on Saturday and had to be carted off the field.
He left the building on crutches, and Val Bangles are hopeful it's just a sprain.
Ankle Green will undergo an M R I.
You could chalk it up to bad luck or a centuries old curse.
The very first open practice of the summer was not held at the usual practice fields next to Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati.
It was held in Dayton as part of the NFL's 100th anniversary celebrations because Dayton was one of the NFL's NFL's 13 original cities and the site of the first and the side of the first NFL game, a charming past honoring reason to hold a day camp there.
But unfortunately for Green, the turf isn't exactly up some modern NFL standards.
Oh, now we're getting some background here according to Sports Illustrated, there were questions about the quality of the field even before Green got hurt after working there for our on Saturday.
Several Bangles, Bangles, staffers We're frustrated that Green's injury happened on a film that they saw as subpart one mention that players were sliding all over the place during what was a shore than usual camp practice.
Another Salt Pebbles lodged into the turn.
The practice was held at Welcome Stadium, home of the University of Dayton football team.
That wasn't that wasn't the plan.
Originally, the dating triangles verse Columbus Panhandles on October 3rd, 1920 is considered to be many of the first NFL games, and that site is now a public is now a public park triangle, part which features baseball and soccer facilities.
The NFL wanted to construct a turf filled at the sites of wholesale being the hostess bangles practice.
But local groups protest the plan because Triangle part, maybe maybe the site to two separate American Indian Indian burial grounds.
After the city surveyed, the surveyed the proposed site of the football field with brown penetrating radar.
It called off the plans also, so the bangles practice was moved to the university, and it's questionable field.
And so green went down a direct line of casual See that also, if you are mystically inclined, goes a long way toward explaining why why the bangles are the way they are? No.
So what I take from from this very, very interesting read here once again the source for that what was dead certain? That was not an article written by by the Run Boys Fancy Network run boys dot com Um, you know that I did pull pull that information from a preview source from from a separate source.
Well, with that being being stated, NFL A.
Green you know, you know, you knew that this, that the fields conditions were subpar.
Okay, best you knew they there were pebbles lodged into It's the ground.
And those concerns voiced.
What I want to know is, if you knew that the bit of the field was not up to NFL league practice standards, why go and use it? Why going using so, in a way, like the Oracle was titled, uh, the NFL's 100 season and the adjustments of the NFL making to try and hold these practices and some of the more legendary fields in cities of the Great Games.
History is that that's if you know that it's that it's not, But it's not up to standards.
Why why do you just just just, why do it? I mean, the injury could have happened on the regular field.
What it happened at, What was it? Welcome, welcome.
You divert or welcome field and being that it happened there, it kind of, you know, it's like, Why are you letting these guys go out and play in subpart conditions on a subpar field? If it was, protest is shot down by the city.
Maybe you could have just gone with about this plan gone without this piece of marketing.
It's just my personal opinion.
Just my personal pain is just how I feel.
I don't think that it was necessary.
Two have a player is practicing in conditions as such.
I know what I lace up my cleats.
I try and find the best damn field possible because I want it.
I want to focus on safety.
I don't want to go out there, sweetie, Ankle sprained ankle A. C l.
Because you know the way that, you know, because of the impact of me running.
And the way that's hurt is conjectured.
This was the NFL's fault.
This was the Cincinnati, the Cincinnati Bangles organizations Boat, the city of Cincinnati.
I respect that he could have been, but that it waas or to two separate Indian burial grounds.
And that's why you know, you didn't want the construction and so on and so forth.
Pretty sure destructions happen in this area previously being that the facilities have baseball and soccer fields of things of that such already in the vicinity.
As the article stating, See, here's thing, NFL.
It's all all those major organizations.
What's good, Jeremy for you, Bumblebee Tuna. Cool.
Here's the thing.
There's reporters out there.
That'll go and get all the details.
See, details and evidence and facts and things of that nature are things that you can't just seamlessly sweep underneath the rug.
So you know that this is gonna make me if you you had to have thought there had to have been someone somewhere like these are guys that have money that the NFL is $1,000,000,000 organization.
They bring in tons and tons of money between advertising Jarvis Jersey sales sessions, tickets out So on and so forth.
Tons and tons of times two tons of money that the NFL brings in.
And there was not the ability to relocate this.
There was not the ability.
Like all the guys that you pay, all the employees that you would have see me one of the road boys fancy.
Now I got a guy for everything.
I got a guy that writes articles.
I got a guy that doesn't that they can create Instagram pictures for me.
That doesn't does edits for me.
I have a guy that I have a guy for each different division.
You know, I have a guy that does the tech stuff, you know, whenever something goes wrong, you have a guy for everything NFL.
You don't have a guy to think for you.
Hey, guys, In the event that one of these players get injured, it could possibly come back and look bad on us.
You pay people, you employ people.
You hire people to think about these things bills in subpar conditions.
I say you still stay away from it could be about four weeks.
So it sounds like he may be ready for about a week.
Green is good to go for the regular season, I steal.
Stick with my take that I've mentioned during the wide receivers fantasy football something Stay away from a J. Green.
Don't trust them guy that you can't trust.
Not on your fantasy lineup.
Not this year, not this year.
And like I say with that, with every player's ever in the Indian, any of these types of positions proved me wrong.
I want you to prove me wrong.
I love when I could go back and acted. Saves.
Hey, I made it take about a guy's injury and his depression, and he went out there and he showed me something.
I'm all for you, proving me wrong in those Manning.
But otherwise NFL Get it together, Okay? No, the bangles are absolutely not fancy friendly.
You know, I just want to point out something.
So you guys lost Lawson offense to tackle a swell.
This team, this organization is gonna have a rough year.
Andy Dalton is on the down slope of this career.
Which means it's gonna be Ryan Finley time, middle of the season.
Look out for Ryan Finney.
I just want to make sure you know, we're putting the right information out there for you guys.
Make sure you guys leave us your questions in regards to injuries we are working on.
Like I mentioned earlier in the beginning of this episode of this piece we're working on getting the fancy doctors on our show.
Um, so, you know, we're gonna do like, a bell back thing where you guys can toss us questions about the different injuries and different high profile players so on and so forth.
Um And then also make sure you had to run boys dot com the be on lookout for some inside training camp.
We're gonna get behind the lines of the Chicago Bears for you guys here in about the next week or two.
So be on the lookout for that exclusive piece of content as well as always.
Thank you guys were enjoying the show soon, and don't forget, describe spike like comment.
Share, share with all of your friends and family, all that good stuff and, as always, issue boy El Capitan.
Cheers to you all the wrong boys and girls.
What to do? Deli, Deli mouth more to come.