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Old 12-23-2010, 05:11 PM   #1
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New Orleans Saints tailback Chris Ivory said his hamstring injury is still bothering him a little bit, but he still thinks he will be ready to play Monday against the Atlanta Falcons.
Ivory said he was still feeling "a little grab" in the hamstring while he practiced on a limited basis Thursday.
"I can't really open up like I would like to," said Ivory, who suffered the injury against St. Louis in Week 14, then missed last week's game at Baltimore. "So I'm not full speed yet. I'd say about 90, 95 percent. So I've kind of got to pace myself at what speed I go in practice, so that I will be ready for Monday. ...




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---Update: 12/25/2010
on Chris Ivory:

Dec. 25, 2010 6:31 p.m. - Coach Sean Payton on RB Chris Ivory's status: "I feel better also about Ivory the last two days compared to our first full day of work; that has been encouraging


--- Update: 12/27/2010
Sean Payton: Status upgraded to Game-time decision.




--- Update/27/2010
Kristian Garrett (WWL.com) says Ivory will play

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Old 12-23-2010, 05:16 PM   #2
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aaahhahhahhahhahh, oh hes gonna play alright i think he showcases his talents. heard that bait drop before.
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Any update here.

We need him to win this week. If not 100%, maybe we start with CI and let PT take the later snaps
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I think he'll play....

I just don't understand the hamstring pull... When I played soccer, if you pulled that, you just put some flexall on it and you were good to go.

And for the record, NEVER put that stuff on your balls.
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I think he'll play....

I just don't understand the hamstring pull... When I played soccer, if you pulled that, you just put some flexall on it and you were good to go.

And for the record, NEVER put that stuff on your balls.
Thanks, I was about an 8th of an inch from making a big mistake.
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Update on Chris Ivory:

Dec. 25, 2010 6:31 p.m. - Coach Sean Payton on RB Chris Ivory's status: "I feel better also about Ivory the last two days compared to our first full day of work; that has been encouraging
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Thanks, I was about an 8th of an inch from making a big mistake.
Did you mistake it for Preperation H?
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Once again, in 5 years of Payton's regime, he's never played the injury mind games with anyone.

If a player is doubtful or a game day decision, there a 99% chance Payton sits him.

Players probably hate it on gameday, but they respect it afterwards.
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CI better put that surgical glove on, reach as far up his semi-colon as possible and find the other percent to get to 100%, cuz he don't want me doin it!
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Old 12-26-2010, 11:14 AM   #10
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Funny, but like someone has to tell you to not put it on your balls! (heh)

I saw him as an item in the preseason, and I'm glad he got to make a name for himself. I think it was the last preseason game where he made this awesome run, down the field, across the field, then angled into the end-zone, or near it.

I kind of wish they'd kept Arrington too, a wide receiver. But they've got so many good ones--wonder what happened to him.
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