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    Is Heath ready to go?

    I saw Heath early last game... then I didn't hear from him for the rest of it? Just wondering if he is ready or was that more of a motivational appearance?

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    I think they had him on a pitch count to ease him back in to game shape. He'll probably get a little more work this week and then be back full time after the bye. Just a guess.

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    I expect something similar from Le'Veon this week. Give him a handful of touches here and there this week to get his feet wet, then two weeks of practice before unleashing him as the Bellcow.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher View Post
    I expect something similar from Le'Veon this week. Give him a handful of touches here and there this week to get his feet wet, then two weeks of practice before unleashing him as the Bellcow.
    Hopefully he plays like a demon when he is unleashed and we can call him the Hellcow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz View Post
    I saw Heath early last game... then I didn't hear from him for the rest of it? Just wondering if he is ready or was that more of a motivational appearance?
    I'd say it was more get-his-feet-wet, more than anything else. And TBH, I wouldn't expect any more than 80% Heath until maybe Week 12 and beyond. In whatever degree we do get him, it is leaps and bounds better than a perfectly healthy Paulson.

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    Did Paulson play much last week? I saw a lot of DJ but don't remember much Paulson.
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