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10 minutes ago, Shafty138 said:

Man, I love that they do this alumni day... whoever came up with that nailed it .. for fans and the team culture, mostly the fans... But still, killer idea.

There will be a lot of battle hardened knowledge on the field today 

for the current players to pick the minds of. It also allows the 

retired vets get a glimpse of a quality Colts team since the days 

that they played.


Everyone is getting excited about this season.

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8 minutes ago, CR91 said:


Big sigh of relief

Nice. One area where we apparently struggled yesterday (according to Browns.com at least) was the run game. It'll be interesting to see if we do any better there with him back, if he does partake in 11 on 11's.

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There is Plantar flexion (what you see in the photo as the toes move closer to the ground and Luck strides out) as you step into the throw with your front foot and Dorsiflexion (move in the opposite direction) as the weight moves over the front foot during the follow through.  Plenty of flexion going on...... Any ankle our lower leg injury could (and evidently is causing) cause pain.

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