Bob Kravitz has spent decades covering the Indianapolis Colts, so he has been at the forefront for the past two years, while ex Detroit lions withdrawal in the first round Eric Hebron he had been there. Signed in free agency in 2018, he accumulated large numbers that year, including 13 touchdowns, but the 2019 season was much more disappointing – and without Andrew Luck.
While Kravitz was complicit in what Hebron can bring to the field, he said The fan that there are other problems that go hand in hand with talent receiving a close conclusion. At least, that’s the Colts perspective.
“The reason the Colts let him go is because they felt he had left them this season,” he said, referring to an ankle injury that has chosen to undergo surgery, losing the last five games of the season. “The team was not even aware of it [that it] it was a problem and then suddenly he said, “that’s all, i’m closing it” “, he wrote.
“I remember asking for it Chris Ballard the GM, “what are you going to do with Eric Hebron?”, and looked me straight in the eye and said, “Yes, we’re done with him. We’re moving on.” So if you’re in the right frame of mind, he’s a very productive guy. But it’s a little mercurial, I think it’s the word I would use. “
Frankly, I’m skeptical about how it is framed. If a player is injured, then he is injured, regardless of whether he played an injury or not. Watch the situation with Kelechi Osemele and the New York Jets last year. He had to go behind his back to undergo surgery that his doctor thought was necessary and they released him. The Cincinnati Bengals is Cordy Glenn last year he had an extreme difference of opinion as to whether or not they were rushing him to recover from a concussion.
Hebron underwent surgery and was placed in the wound reserve. A doctor won’t perform ankle surgery on someone just because he wanted to undergo ankle surgery so that they would have an excuse to fall back on why their number suffered in the previous season.
How would you like your employer to tell you that you are healthy when you are not feeling? I am sure that many of you, depending on your line of work, face this situation, although perhaps not with serious physical injuries suffered during your activity.
Hebron is a “mercurial” boy, who perhaps could have maturity problems? There was that narrative about him. We don’t really know him yet in Pittsburgh. Did you “leave” on the Colts? At best, it’s a matter of perspective, but for me it sounds like unripe grapes from your previous employer, because I know I wouldn’t want my employer to push me to delay the surgery at the expense of my own health. . This is a decision for me and my independent doctor, not for the person who benefits from my job.