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Post subject: u need to be constantly in a rhythm.Time is essential and ev Post Posted: Mon Dec 09, 2019 2:26 am
SANTA CLARA, Calif. Air Force 1 Grey Fake . -- San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis and rookie safety Eric Reid were together in the Candlestick Park locker room, slightly groggy after each suffered a concussion during Sundays 10-9 loss to the Carolina Panthers. "We sat there watching the game on television," Davis said. "It was frustrating because we wanted to be out there." Two days later, both players are optimistic about returning in time to play the Saints in New Orleans this week. "Im doing fine, feeling great," Davis said. "All I can do is to wait for the doctors to tell me what I can do next." Davis and Reid each sustained their second concussion, with Davis getting hurt last year. He says its difficult trying to balance between playing all out and being concerned with his health. "You have to be concerned with your health, but you cant really think about it," Davis said. "Its a tough spot to be in. Concussions are one of the big ones. Sometimes youre ready to make contact with someone and youre thinking about your head." Davis was injured midway through the second quarter, as the 49ers were driving for a score. He went up for a pass from Colin Kaepernick and hit the ground hard on what was ruled an incomplete pass. The 49ers settled for a field goal to make it 9-0. Reid suffered his concussion when he tackled Carolinas Mike Tolbert following a 17-yard pass reception midway through the third quarter. "Im feeling fine," he said before heading off. He nodded when asked about what was expected of him this week. Davis said he did a little weightlifting, rode a stationary ride and attended meetings. "My memory was good. I remembered everything," he said. "My balance was OK." David and Reid will have to pass a contact test on Thursday or Friday before being cleared to play. Second-year tight end Garrett Celek said hes taking things day by day after sustaining a hamstring injury less than six minutes into the loss. He missed the remainder of the game. Celek strained his hamstring during a punt return with 9:18 remaining in the first quarter. "It was a freak thing," he said. "It didnt feel right. This is the first time something like this has happened. I dont know how my body is going to respond." Celek tried to stretch it out by running around and getting in his stance. "It was sore and the doctors didnt want to risk anything and they told me to sit out," Celek said. "Right now I still dont know the extent of it." NOTES: The 49ers released WR Kyle Williams. ... The team also waived CB Perrish Cox and activated LB Nick Moody, a rookie safety and linebacker out of Florida State. ... RB LaMichael James said he was ready to step in and return kicks in Williams absence. "I feel like I can be a huge asset," he said. "Ill leave it up to coaches and Ill do whatever they want me to do." ... S Eric Wright fielded some kicks along James during practice. "Its fun to go back and catch a few balls," Wright said. "I want to be prepared and ready to maximize my opportunities. I grew up playing offence and Im used to having the ball in my hands." Air Force 1 Off White Store . -- Slugger Jose Abreu, All-Star left-hander Chris Sale and closer Matt Lindstrom are on the disabled list. Air Force 1 Off White Fake . After overcoming a three-goal deficit the Senators forced the game to overtime only to watch it slip away as Seth Jones scored the winner 3:49 into the extra period as the Nashville Predators defeated the Senators 4-3 Monday night. http://www.airforce1storesale.com/fake-air-force-1-low-outlet.html .C. -- LeBron James called comments on an audio recording of a man identified as Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling "appalling" and said hes not sure if he would suit up for the remainder of the NBA playoffs if he played for the Clippers.The Monaco GP remains the jewel in Formula 1s crown and will be live and exclusive on Sky Sports F1 this weekend. But after having its inaugural F1 race in 1950, what makes it so special today? Is it the glamour, the prestige, the unique circuit? We asked some of the Sky F1 punditry team to share their views...DAMON HILLEveryones heard of Monaco. Its almost a synonymous word for grand prix racing. Its a famous, beautiful place in the south of France and its got a tremendous history, going back to before the war. Its one of the great challenges, but also one of the great social events of our sporting calendar.Over the years its changed naturally as weve introduced much more safety precautions but there is virtually no run-off. McLaren drivers Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button pose with footballer Cristiano Ronaldo and model Cara Delevingne At some of the faster corners they give you a small run-off area but the principal thing in Monaco is that youre right up against the barriers for most of the circuit, and its very difficult to pass.It makes qualifying one of the highlights of all the sessions we do in the season.ANTHONY DAVIDSONMonaco is still special, not just because of the history and the fact that its only one of the four remaining circuits on the calendar from the original 1950 calendar. Its special for the drivers mainnly because of the close proximity to the barriers, the fact that they would never build a race track like that today - it really is a one-off. Air Force 1 Wholesale. That makes the challenge of driving a Formula 1 car round there, in my mind higher than most other circuits that you go to. How Hamilton lost Monaco 2015 How Lewis Hamiltons infamous pit-stop lost him the 2015 race. Its a different format throughout the weekend, you run on the Thursday you have the Friday off and then its back to business on the Saturday-Sunday. It makes FP3 and qualy even harder in many ways because youve had this break. Its a circuit where you need to be constantly in a rhythm.Time is essential and even just one day out of that rhythm can affect your FP3 flow, whereas normally its just a continuation, a build-up towards race day.That makes it a circuit that really favours drivers that live on seat-of-your-pants driving, that are more naturally at ease in the car, naturally gifted, who can just turn it on. Also See: How Hamilton lost Monaco 2015 The F1 Gossip Column ' ' '
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