Dion Jordan At It Again

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  1. Ruckus45

    Ruckus45 FinHeaven VIP Finheaven VIP

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    There is way too much sad truth is this statement.
     
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    Lol, exactly! He would have been better off running Ipam/CJC and some IGF1-LR3. At least that would help with healing and recovery plus more difficult to test for.
     
  3. jbyrd850

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    One of the worst draft picks ever by any franchise. This team truly has a talent for drafting crappy players.

    You could break it down a bunch of different ways and get the same ineptitude, whether it be 2nd round picks in the last 20 years. First round picks in the last 20 years, late rounders...doesn’t matter.

    But since this thread is about Dion Jordan, if you look at our picks within the top 5 of the entire draft in the last 12 years you get this guy and then Jake Long who was an absolute stud for about 3 years and then got hurt and never made it to a second contract. Terrible luck.

    Go back a littler further and you get Ronnie Brown with the second overall pick, who cracked 1k yards rushing once for us, which is also the only time in his entire career cracking 1k, and he’s actually seen as a decent pick because relatively speaking he was a decent pick.
     
  4. In Flores We Trust

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    I can only speak from my own personal experience. :shrug:
     
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    I will pray for the man.
     
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    Actually,Sarms are pretty easy to catch,just ask those Clemson players....
     
  7. Crump

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    i thought i read it was something that he had a prescription for he just let it lapse and thats why he tested positive for something not in his system. of course the player is going to say something like that, but he said it was for his ADHD
     
  8. dlockz

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    I don't buy that crap. With all of his suspensions he should be more away than anybody. he has a history of trying to mask ped use and I'm sure this is related
    The best thing is that we don't have this idiot on our team although not sure Mark Walton is any smarter
     
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    Yeah like i said "of course the player is going to say something like that" as far as mark walton, preston williams and so on, i just hope we dont turn into bengals south, granted the pats won the super bowl last year, but where the hell was josh gordan when they could've used him in a tight super bowl contest.
     
  10. FSU Truth

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    No, no it doesn't. You may be experiencing a placebo effect, but it does none of the things you are saying. Adderall is designed to effect deficiencies and has no real impact on "focus" and "making things awesome" for those without the deficiencies. There have been numerous studies that show this. What you are experiencing is maybe an increase in stimulation combine with the fact that you "think" it will make you focus more.

    https://www.healthline.com/health-news/adderall-wont-give-your-brain-a-boost-if-you-dont-have-adhd

    https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/8gxmqz/what-are-the-effects-of-adderall-if-you-dont-have-adhd

    https://www.livestrong.com/article/234805-what-does-adderall-do-for-people-that-do-not-have-adhd/
     
  11. In Flores We Trust

    In Flores We Trust Well-Known Member

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    I’m sure you’re correct in your assessment, but this was in high school 20 years ago and that’s the way I remember it.

    Regardless it’s not something worth jeopardizing a career over, especially since he’s been busted for the same thing in the past.
     

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