Devonta Freeman is currently in the concussion protocol, and the Falcons are hoping he will return soon. But in this exclusive, enlightening interview on the RotoExperts in the Morning on FNTSY Sports Radio with the RotoExperts in the Morning crew, Dr. A of insideinjuries.com warns Fantasy owners that Freeman could now be a bigger risk after this latest concussion. Listen to the clip above and suddenly you may have second thoughts about drafting him in the first round.
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After hearing Dr. A’s insights, I may drop Freeman just a bit in my RB ranks, and will take DeMarco Murray ahead of him for sure. But should you draft scared? Not fully, but if you have a tough decision between Freeman and another player, this sort of news will make you veer in another direction. But I would not let him slip far in the second round. The production will be too good when he is on the field, and football is a game in which anyone can get hurt at any time, especially at running back as Dr. A indicates in the interview.
Dr. A also touches on the recent concussion news about Jay Ajayi. The Miami RB seems to be less of a risk than Freeman from an overall health perspective. Ajayi has dealt with other injury issues in the past, but Dr. A seems less concerned about Ajayi when compared to Freeman. Both players are being taken as RB1s this season.
Make sure you get the Inside Injuries app, and get more from Dr. A, the Founder and CMO of Inside Injuries, and his team at insideinjuries.com. Here is his bio from theradiologygroup.com.
|Anand P. Lalaji M.D. is the Chief Medical Officer and CEO of The Radiology Group L.L.C. established in 2006. His vision was to offer on and off-site sub-specialty radiology services using state of the art technology. TRG is now serving 20 states and growing. He has been a board certified radiologist since 1999. After earning his medical degree from SUNY Downstate Medical Center, he completed his internship at Chestnut Hill Hospital in Pennsylvania and his radiology residency at Montefiore Medical Center in New York. In 2004 he completed a radiology musculoskeletal fellowship at Wake Forest University Baptist Hospital. Dr. Lalaji is an active member of the Society of Skeletal Radiology and specializes in sports medicine diagnoses. He is also MQSA certified to read mammography.|