GAMEDAY!!! Dolphins @ Titans

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  1. ukfinfan says:

    ElephantRider says:
    January 5, 2022 at 10:08 pm

    My opinion of this thing is that it’s a crap shoot. Just never know how it will hit you. At least the first go around of it was.

    Exactly this. It seems to be entirely due to whether your natural immunity system goes into overdrive and tries to drown you as a result, which also seems to be linked to your genetic make-up, which in turn can have links back to ethnicity. As far as I know they haven’t identified why yet.

    Think I mentioned previously I had pneumonia early ’20 and as an asthmatic, I was really scared of Covid, but other than mild flu symptoms and loss of taste/smell for 5 days it was no biggie when I got the original variant in October ’20. That doesn’t mean I’m downplaying Covid at all. Quite the contrary, I am triple vaxxed with 2xAZ and 1 Pfizer booster. I also get the flu jab for asthma. Like Ken it doesn’t bother me one iota. I see vaccination like house insurance. You might never need it. When you do need it, it might not cover you (88% effectiveness against severe disease is the accepted wisdom over here), but if it covers you when needed it’s money. My understanding is that there is also evidence to suggest reduced transmission when vaxxed so I see it as doing my bit for the old/vulnerable who are most at risk. Finally, Sir Chris Whitty (Chief Medical Officer of the NHS here) stated that immunity is a complex business and there is such a thing as broad spectrum low-level immunity, which is boosted by current vaccinations and will help protect against future variants. Back to the house insurance analogy.

    As for “the science”, well, when you discover something new, you probably learn something new about it every day. Anyone holding extreme black and white views in a world full of grey perhaps ought to pause for thought. I don’t think this applies to any FU’ers btw.

    • ukfinfan says:

      I’ve had “firsts” before, but this is my first ever page turn. It surely must be an omen that the Fins have turned the page on their losing ways?

  2. ukfinfan says:

    Back to football – I know there were a lot of NH fans on here pre-draft.

    Don’t think he would have done that behind our line though 😒😒😒

    Sure hope that Duke/Lyndsay/A. N. Other can put up these type of numbers soon though. It’s one of the things we need to have a chance of competing against teams like the Titans.

  3. Mike E. says:

    New Age – blacksportsonline??? Is that a black athletes matter activist site? Trying to show how rich white man is keeping the black man down?

  4. sb7mvp says:

    The O-line deservedly gets a lot of blame this year, but it was the coaches who felt they could move on from veteran talent and put these guys out there by themselves. As good as Tua has been this year, he’s also done a lot to hurt this team, but nothing that can’t be cleaned up. If we are going to continue to run this RPO, he’s going to have to make better reads more consistently.
    There are times where his mind is made up of where he’s going to go and the throws it incomplete or into coverage with guys wide open. This happened a lot on important downs and in the redzone. Like I said, it can be cleaned up. He’s barely played a season and a half of games in his career so I understand where he is. I’m worried about the coaching he’s getting big time though. It will be interesting to see how the coaching staff is handled this off-season. Flores needs to seriously consider hiring some offensive consultants in the offseason. Just some retired guys who were tops at their craft to help the inexperienced along and be better coaches. I’ve seen plenty of winning coaches do this over the years.

  5. Mike E. says:

    UK – Congrats on your fist page turn bud! Long time coming!

    • ukfinfan says:

      Thanks Mike – it’s probably been a decade +/-. Now I feel old. I was consoled by looking back to the oldest blogs in the archives to see when FU started up and came across this moment of hilarity in the Porcine Oddyssey #2:

      The Flying Pig: YOU DISGUSTING RODENT!


      Any day with a flying pig beating a rodent with a pancake has to be a good one surely?

  6. Ken says:

    • Mike E. says:

      Just say NO!!!!

    • sb7mvp says:

      Can’t believe I agree with Chris Kouffman.

    • The Flying Pig says:

      He’s right

      The guy abandoned his team

    • CavalierKong says:

      If you throw out the civil suits and all that stuff, what is ‘the established pattern’? Prior to him getting fed up with the Texans and saying he wasn’t going to play there anymore, I don’t remember Watson ever doing anything remotely like AB. You can say he quit on his team, again once he got fed up with his situation, I’m trying to understand what this established pattern is prior to that.

      • Ken says:

        He quit on his team and regardless of what happens in the civil suit he is apparently very fond of personal massages which is indicative of some risk taking/entitled behavior

      • CavalierKong says:

        lol, totally get all that, I just think if you throw out the legal stuff, which Kouffman did, he had one offseason where he was fed up, wanted out, and was leveraging the team, but prior to that he never had a single incident, there was no established pattern of AB-like choices. That’s crap.

        Don’t get me wrong, I don’t want the guy here because you can’t just dismiss the legal crap, but we don’t have to make stuff up, lol.

  7. bailbondmike says:

    Tim, you asked about Garrett Wilson yesterday. This was my post from the day before minus the video since you watched some of him.
    To finish up on WR, for now. I really like Garrett Wilson if we miss on Williams and Dotson.

    Wilson is Waddle like. Wilson is bigger though at 6′ 203 pounds and projected to run a 4.41. Doesn’t seem to matter if he is facing zone or man press. He is very good at shaking off man press at the line and use his speed to get separation.

    Sign A-Rob or Adams to go with Waddle and Wilson. That would be sick as hell.

  8. bailbondmike says:

    Ken, re: your post from “The Phinstones” yesterday. LOL Looks like they read us or maybe every blog/fan goes through the same shit.

  9. bailbondmike says:

    Regarding the influenza shot. It’s almost a crap shoot when they make the vaccine. The WHO Collaborating Centers meet in February (northern hemisphere) to come up with a vaccine they THINK will work for the upcoming flu season in the fall. Their info is based on what they are seeing in patients (what is circulating at the time) come the end of the current flu season. They have to do it this early as it takes about 6 months to make.

    PROBLEM is big pharma doesn’t even wait for that decision. Some manufacturers may start growing one or more viruses for the vaccine even before a WHO or FDA decision is made based on what they THINK may be the recommended vaccine viruses. Big pharma does this early so they can produce a greater number of vaccines to make more money. No matter what, their vaccine gets approved by the FDA. Influenza vaccine is a 1.6 billion dollar industry all by itself.

    Some flu vaccines are affective and some not as affective. When they are not, it could be that big pharma swung and missed or there are some strains of influenza viruses that are very difficult to grow in eggs. This makes it very difficult to get a good virus in which to make a vaccine.

    Despite this huge collaboration with these WHO Collab Centers, almost every country decides individually what viruses are going to be in their vaccine.

    Like the COVID shot, get your flu shot if you desire. It may help you fight it a little better if you get it. I chose not to at this point in my life. Maybe in the future when I am older and in that high risk group. For now, I chose to fight anything naturally.

    There has not been an “epidemic or pandemic” with influenza since 1968. There also has not been any wide spread/significant side affects from the influenza vaccine since 1976.

    In 1976, the influenza program was halted after 25% of US was vaccinated due to an alarming # of people who developed a neurologic condition called Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS). “Today the CDC says that “If there is an increased risk of GBS following flu vaccination it is small, on the order of one to two additional GBS cases per million doses of flu vaccine administered.””

    Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS) – A disorder of the immune system where the nerves are attacked by immune cells that causes weakness and tingling in arms and legs.

    Again, Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS) is a rare condition. Cases have been reported after getting the J&J COVID vaccine.

    KEEP IN MIND, you can get GBS after a severe infection of COVID, other respiratory or digestive tract infection even if you have never been vaxed. So, I’m NOT trying to fearmonger getting vaccinated.

    • bailbondmike says:

      I don’t know why I made this long post or what prompted me to. I forgot already. LOL

      Anyway, the way I feel, getting vaxed is a good choice but not getting vaxed is not a bad choice.

  10. CavalierKong says:

    I’ll just chime in with my thoughts on COVID. As some where saying yesterday, with all the misinformation it is hard to know what is real, what is true, and what to believe, unless you dedicate a large portion of time to sifting and wading through all the garbage.

    With COVID, I just look at what I have experienced in real life. In my 40+ years, I’ve known a couple people that have died from complications brought on by flu. I myself had a real serious bout of swine flu about 10 years ago, not life-threatening, but serious enough I went to the doctor and even got a flu shot the next two years (never had a flu shot prior or since after those two years). That is my experience with flu.

    In just under 2 years, I know probably a dozen people who have lost someone to COVID and have heard of dozens more, friends, coworkers, etc, and not all of them have been old and/ or sick. I see it compared to a flu and a cold, but in regards to mortality, that just hasn’t been my experience, it’s been much deadlier. It does seem like a crap shoot with this bug, so I got the J&J vax because it just seems like it improves your chances of surviving it. I haven’t got the booster yet, but probably will. Will I do it every year? shrug, I’ll cross each bridge as I reach it. The new strain is much milder, maybe I only get boosters the years we have strong strains.

    Regarding vaccination, I think ER’s post yesterday probably comes closest to my own thoughts on it. I am very pro choice in regards to getting the vax, both individually and businesses who choose to mandate it, I believe businesses can make the choice to require it, and a person can choose to work there or not, but let’s not federally mandate it. Just my two cents.

  11. bailbondmike says:

    Ok you I-95er’s there’s another snow storm on the way. Maybe heed the warnings this time.

    Herd, you may even get a bit from this one this afternoon. I am jealous. Wife and I almost left for Nashville yesterday just to get a room and enjoy the snow but didn’t. Wish we did, it’s only 6 hours away and they are getting hammered.

    • bailbondmike says:

      Last year, we would get a cabin in the mountains at the last minute when we saw a snow storm coming. Nothing like being naked in an outdoor hot tub on an uncovered deck drinking ice cold beer with snow coming down on your head. When I get too hot, I get out and stand naked in the snow for a bit then get back in. LOVE IT!!!

      Yes, I have made a naked snow angel before and we have several cabins we regularly rent that are secluded and private. lol

    • herdfan says:

      Yes, the local weather forecasters are all in a tizzy over the predicted snow. 4-6” is the last I heard for my location. My commute is the hallway from my bedroom to my home office so no effect on me. I filled my bird feeders this morning. That was the extent of my preparation. 😂

  12. bailbondmike says:

    One time I was drunk. Let me rephrase that, one of the times I was drunk, one of the cabins we get is kind of high up and overlooks the city of Gatlinburg. Wife took a pic of me at night standing on the deck naked doing my best superman pose with the city of Gatlinburg lit up down below. It was a really cool pic with the city all lit up and heavy snow coming down. Also because it was from behind and my GUT didn’t show. If it was from the side I would have been like, “Whoa, delete!” lol

  13. sb7mvp says:

    I work off of I-95 in VA where the worst of it hit. VDOT didn’t prep the roads and there was little to no action in regards to maintaining the roads once the snow started coming down. Total failure of government leadership.

  14. wyoming85 says:

  15. Tim Knight says:

    BBMike, yeah I liked what I saw from Garrett Wilson. The most impressive thing was his strong hands. He caught some balls that didn’t look possible.

  16. CavalierKong says:

    Do the pets have anything to play for this weekend? They’ve already clinched a spot, right? Really they are just playing for which wildcard spot the land in. I wonder if they rest anyone.

    All 4 of the division winners look pretty tough, not sure it matters in the wc rd if you’re playing KC, BUF, or CIN.

  17. Mike E. says:

    Kong, if the Pats win and Buffalo loses they win the division

  18. CavalierKong says:

    • CavalierKong says:

  19. The Flying Pig says:

    bailbondmike says:
    January 6, 2022 at 11:46 am
    That’s nice, 4-6 inches is not too much or too little and means heavy at times. I’m still jealous.


    That’s what she said

  20. CavalierKong says:

    Here’s the Arians Brown text messages

    • CavalierKong says:

      And here’s Arians explanation of what went on during the game:

      “Obviously, we let Antonio go today. Just to clear you up on some things that happened, at no point in time during that game did he ever ask the trainer or doctor about his ankle,” Arians told reporters during a presser after practice. “That’s the normal protocol. You go through protocol during games. I was never notified of it. So obviously that was the disturbing thing when we’re looking for him to go back in the game.”

      Arians said the problem began when Brown began complaining about not being targeted enough.

      “He was very upset at halftime about who was getting targeted. Got that calmed down – players took care of that. It started again on the sideline,” he explained. “We had called for the personal group that he had played [with] the entire game, he refused to go in the game. That’s when I look back and saw him basically wave off the coach. I then went back and approached him about what was going on. [He said] ‘I ain’t playing.’ [I said] ‘what’s going on [and he said] ‘I ain’t getting the ball.’ That’s when I said you’re done, get the ‘F’ out of here and that’s the end of it.”

  21. bailbondmike says:

    Someone said earlier or yesterday that our pick would not be better than #21 (I believe we are #22 right now). Not true, 49er’s could still get knocked out of playoffs. I think we just need a Saints win at Atlanta and 49er’s lose at the Rams.

    If 49er’s miss the playoffs, worst our pick will be is #18 and could end up higher depending where the tie breakers are.

    Four spots could be the difference in getting one of Jameson Williams (most likely not) Garrett Wilson, Jahan Dotson, one of the top LB’s or even a stud DT.

    • Tim Knight says:

      Yes we’re at #22, I was using the GBN Draft Report and they weren’t updated.

      As for the 49ers getting knocked out of the playoffs, isn’t the draft order determined by record and strength of schedule, not playoffs except for the two Super Bowl teams?

      There are so many teams with similar records it could flip so many different ways. However it plays out we can get a good player wherever we end up picking. We have a lot of cap to target FA so there will be plenty of ways to upgrade our team. Like always, just have to add the right players.

  22. The Flying Pig says:

  23. bookman11 says:

    Tim, I think playoff teams have their draft position based on when they exit the playoffs. Tiebreakers are applied between the teams that exit on the same weekend if their records were the same

    • Tim Knight says:

      You’re right I just read about it. Our 1st rd pick from SF could be somewhere between the teens and as far as they go if they do make the playoffs. The good thing is they’re playing the Rams in LA, and the Rams are still playing for the #2 seed in the NFC. Not aware of all the scenarios if they win or lose though.

      • bookman11 says:

        I guess it is something to cheer for this weekend outside of beating the Pats. I’ll take any angle to be interested in some of these games lol.

      • Tim Knight says:

        Yeah unfortunately we’re not in the mix and playing spoiler against the Pats is the best thing we got along with a winning record. But it’s going to be an interesting week on how everything plays out.

  24. Mike E. says:

    I hear talk about either both or one of Flores or Grier getting fired. I can’t understand that. If we won last week there’s no chance there would be chatter about that. It’s so inconsistent. It’s just like Tua, people were loving him during the win streak and now we have to draft a QB or trade for a QB. If your margin of error is 1 game, you might need to rethink your thought structure.

    • Tim Knight says:

      Been saying that for quite some time. But is Ross going to court Jim Harbaugh again? There are rumors about him coming back to the NFL. I’ll just go with the flow. It’s exhausting trying to predict anything anymore.

      • Mike E. says:

        I would love Harbaugh, but I think he’s going to burn out after a couple of seasons. Flores could be here for a decade or more

    • steveccnv says:

      Problem is how we lost, blowouts with playoffs on the line

      Flores isn’t going anywhere, not sure why Grier is still employed

      Which one of our living previous head coaches would you rather have instead of Flores?

    • The Flying Pig says:

      I don’t really want any major changes but we will see

  25. Mike E. says:

    I could see Flores being our HC for a long time. Problem is, if you want to get rid of Grier, you shouldn’t make a GM be forced to keep Flores

  26. The Flying Pig says:

  27. herdfan says:

    It started snowing just past noon today. Still snowing. I’m already tired of it.

  28. sb7mvp says:

    didn’t get much more snow last night maybe 3 inches. Roads were definitely better this time around where I work.

  29. bailbondmike says:

    I woke up with a little frost on the roof but not on the car. I fucked up. Should have brought my pineapple plants in the Florida room yesterday.

    I think they will make it.

  30. bailbondmike says:

    Herd, I’m jealous!

  31. sb7mvp says:

    I keep going back and forth on this regime. We nailed the draft, but really screwed the pooch in FA. They could have completely lost this team, but didn’t. When you watch our players, they generally love being around one another. We seem to have a great locker room right now and I’d hate to mess that up. The names I keep seeing don’t excite me at all, besides, the fixes for this current team are simple:

    Veteran O-line – FA
    Stud drafted RB
    Stud drafted WR
    Reliable and consistent WR – FA
    Retain key performers who are FA’s this year (ie Duke, Lindsay, Ogbah, Hollins, Ford, etc.)

    I say that hoping this coaching staff should be able to make those things happen, but this past offseason FA wise really left a bad taste in my mouth. Although the previous year was reversed with good FA’s and bad top of the draft. I just want to see some consistency. Don’t “fix” things that aren’t broke and just improve with the good foundation that we have.
    Also, would it be too much to ask to simply stand behind the young QB that you drafted? FFS. Stop courting tainted meat. Stop pulling him late in games. Stop pulling him in critical situations. Stop the stupid gimmick plays right in the middle of momentum. I feel like Philbin and Gase are still running the offense half the time.

  32. sb7mvp says:

    Zac Taylor is in his third year of HC, with 2 really miserable years and 1 good one. He’s a former Dolphins coordinator and his team has several ex-Dolphins coordinators/ players on his staff.
    Other than Burrow coming into his own, I’m not sure by looking at his staff how he’s doing it. Maybe Bill Callahan’s son (The OC) is a rising star, and maybe Taylor just needed time. It’s just interesting to me, especially with Lou Anarumo as his DC.

  33. pheloniusphish says:

    78 going to 80 here with 6 MPH south wind. 24% chance of a shower later if it makes you feel better.

    • steveccnv says:

      37 here going to 60, so I shouldn’t complain.

      Winters here are short, but gets cold, below freezing, once in a while, more so this year than others

      Another 2 weeks and we likely won’t see the 30s again

      I’m a little higher, than most of Vegas, so on average it’s 2-5 degrees colder here, works out great in the summer

  34. steveccnv says:

    Don’t think we need another WR, for me it would be a luxury

    Move Waddle mostly to the outside, Parker who you can’t depend on need to keep because of his contract (we saw what happened this year cutting vets with high dead money), Hurns and Bowden will be back, re-sign Hollins and Ford, and maybe give Merritt another chance, and maybe re-sign Preston

    We’ve done more with lesser WR units, let it figure itself out, spend the money elsewhere

    Think Preston was hurt all year, going forward hope we can get 1 full WR out of Parker/Preston to team with Waddle outside

    Waddle was good this year, but we’re wasting him inside, need Bowden to fill that role

    Hurns, Ford and Hollins could used as needed

    • sb7mvp says:

      I’m not sure what you’ve seen in Hurns or Bowden that has warranted them playing time. Preston hasn’t been healthy his entire time here. We need a guy to guy to grow with Waddle and replace Parker. Someone who can actually get separation and stay healthy. I’m not sure what you mean by doing more with lesser units. Would you like to give an example?
      I agree that a FA WR would be a luxury, but we’ll have the money to do that and sign o-line. We need to upgrade where we can offensively. I’m not looking for Davante Adams, but someone who costs around 6-8 million a year that is reliable, stays healthy and can get separation. Someone that will allow Waddle to move to the outside.

  35. The Flying Pig says:

    Where is all the drama?

    I’m so used to waking up and reading raging lunatics attacking each other on this blog

    • ukfinfan says:

      Here’s 2 lunatics going at each other early this morning – or rather Colonpokey getting a beatdown!

      ukfinfan says:
      January 7, 2022 at 4:33 am
      Thanks Mike – it’s probably been a decade +/-. Now I feel old. I was consoled by looking back to the oldest blogs in the archives to see when FU started up and came across this moment of hilarity in the Porcine Oddyssey #2:

      The Flying Pig: YOU DISGUSTING RODENT!


      Any day with a flying pig beating a rodent with a pancake has to be a good one surely?

  36. steveccnv says:

    RB as is could be good enough, don’t want to use a 1st, but a 2nd would be OK

    Duke, Lindsay, Gaskin, Ahmed

    Ahmed would be expendable, if we drafted one or if the rook from Cin takes the next step

    • sb7mvp says:

      I don’t want a repeat of this past year for not prioritizing RB. We really need to invest in a quality young RB somewhere in the second to fourth rounds. Send Ahmed packing, and keep the other 3. If Doaks is ready to be that guy, then all the more power to him.

      • steveccnv says:

        Yes, the way we started the year at RB was not good, Brown couldn’t get out of his own way behind this line, but Duke and Lindsay are good enough and will be very serviceable behind a better OL

        It’s not the 70s, we don’t need 2 1000 yard rushers to win, we just need to get some occasional good games from the RBs and decent games the rest of the way

      • sb7mvp says:

        Good enough isn’t going to get this team to take the next step Steve. We can’t keep going into the offseason saying this and that position is okay and serviceable and then wonder why we aren’t doing well.

  37. bailbondmike says:

    I think we all need to upgrade our backup QB position. Just not sure who that would be with the current f/a market for QB. Drafting one is a crap shoot and don’t care to do that 1st 4 rounds unless someone really slips. One guy who caught my eye in the Texas Bowl was Skylar Thompson from Kansas State. He is 6’2 223. His numbers have gotten better every year though not eye popping. He missed a few games this year but came back for the Texas Bowl and will be playing in the Shrine Bowl. Looks to have decent arm strength but not a cannon. Has good footwork and pocket presence. He has all the tools to work with IMO.

    His best game this year was vs #6 Oklahoma where he was 29-41 for 320 at 70.7% with 3 TD’s and 0 INTS.

    I would draft him in the 6th or 7th if he is there. Right now, he is projected 7th or UDFA. I think he climbs in this weak QB group.

    • steveccnv says:

      He looks good, pretty strong arm, can move run/throw on the run and step up, good RPO, because his threat to run is there, still waiting on seeing him go thru his progressions though

  38. steveccnv says:

    OL 1 very good vet FA to play RT and one drafted in the 1st to play OC or OG

    Show Jackson the bench, think Eichenberg, Deiter and Hunt are serviceable

    Maybe Jones and Larnel develop

  39. bailbondmike says:

    Been doing my mocks with really not knowing much about later round players. I was looking up small school players yesterday. I really think we need to try and upgrade Rowe at SS with a more hard hitting run defending safety. One that tackles like a LB but still good in coverage.

    One dude I found was Marquese Bell, FAMU. He started with a rocky road being recruited to play at Maryland but was suspended indefinitely. Coming out of HS he was ranked as the nation’s 10th-best athlete.

    He is listed at 6’3 205 but they said he played this season at 210. Everything I have read said he has real top NFL talent.

    Could be another late round steal.

  40. sb7mvp says:

    Thanks for all your draft prospect posts BBM. I don’t watch college football so seeing these hand picked guys is fun. I trust your eyes over most others for college guys.

    • bailbondmike says:

      Thanks man. I am far from any kind of expert. lol I just look for things in players based on what I have heard and learned over the years and even from people on this board.

  41. CavalierKong says:

    Another legend gone-

    Sidney Poitier dead at age 94

  42. CavalierKong says:

    I don’t watch much college ball either. I saw 4 games this year, which was about 4 games more than most years, lol.

    Most of the prospects I recognize during the draft are guys I’ve learned about on this board. So much appreciated to the guys like you BBM, that do the player evals and mock drafts.

  43. bailbondmike says:

    Another small school player to watch for later rounds is CB Joshua Williams from Fayetteville state. He is 6’2.5 and has track speed. Having hard time finding video on him. It will come up closer to the draft. He was highlighted on “thedraftnetwork”. “A supremely athletic prospect—like Bell—Williams is a downhill defender who isn’t afraid to stick his face in the mud in the run game. His fluid feet and quick-twitch ability to flip his hips in man pops on tape and are traits that should immediately translate to Sundays. He’s looking to become the first Bronco to be drafted since 1976.”

    He will be playing in the HBCU Legacy Bowl which is a new bowl like the Senior Bowl to feature the best NFL draft-eligible football players from Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

    • bailbondmike says:

      I think the HBCU Legacy Bowl will become a valuable draft tool like the Senior Bowl. You look at the NFL talent who have come from these small schools is kind of mind blowing.

      “Legends of the game initially made their names at HBCUs. From Jerry Rice (Mississippi Valley State), Walter Payton (Jackson State), Michael Strahan (Texas Southern), and Doug Williams (Grambling State), to more recent standouts in Darius Leonard and Javon Hargrave (South Carolina State), Terron Armstead (Arkansas Pine-Bluff), and Tarik Cohen (NC A&T), the talent is there, it just needs the necessary spotlight.”

  44. Mike E. says:

    NEW BLOG UP!!!

  45. Ken says:

    Stanger update:
    He continues to improve physically. He is stronger and is sitting himself up in bed. He remains unable to communicate at this time but is working with a speech pathologist. He tracheostomy remains in place. He is off all sedation

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