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    Just heard that Grant Wistrom suffered a strain, nothing more. No cartillage tear like they thought. He'll only be out maybe two weeks, definitely back for the season opener. Let's all breathe a sigh of relief!:o

  • #2
    phew...good to hear, thanx for the heads up.


    • #3
      Hallelujah! My prayers were answered! Let the carnage continue...


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      • RamDez
        Grant Wistrom OUT
        by RamDez
        4 to 6 weeks with a broken knee .....................:upset:

        It happened to the Seahawks .......................

        But its Grant Wistrom ...................................:upset:
        -10-18-2004, 04:33 PM
      • MsWistRAM
        Grant Wistrom
        by MsWistRAM
        Grant Wistrom has been a favorite since the '99 season. I fell in love with him (not like that!) after he made that interception return for a touchdown that year. I love that stuff! He didn't get much of a chance to do that this past year. They didn't have him playing the same way and a couple of bad calls took opportunities away from him. But he's a solid defensive end who plays with a lot of heart. His' was the first name given by Howie Long for his Tough Guy(?)team. All analysts had nothing but good things to say about him. The Rams were smart in keeping him as an anchor for the new defense this year.

        Being a woman, people don't believe I'm genuinely a fan and not just a groupie. Sure, Grant's a hotty, but you don't look good to me unless you first play that well, and Grant does.
        -05-23-2001, 08:38 AM
      • RamWraith
        by RamWraith
        Grant's stats from week one:

        -09-13-2004, 11:13 AM
      • RamDez
        Wistrom: We played like crap at every position on defense
        by RamDez
        Wistrom: We played like crap at every position on defense

        We're still 3-1. Mistakes are correctable.

        Grant Wistrom didn't mince words on how the Seahawks defense played in the fourth quarter against his former team. "We went out there and we played like crap at every position on defense," said Wistrom. "It was a total breakdown. We werenít getting pressure on them, guys were running around free because he (Bulger) had so much time to throw. We pretty much self-destructed out there."

        Q: How can that happen when you dominated the first half?

        Grant Wistrom: "We made mistakes, but they made plays. Theyíre a very good team. I've said it all week that they are 2-2, but they could easily be 3-1 or 4-0, as Coach Holmgren stated. They are a very, very talented offense. Any lapse in your assignment theyíre going to exploit, and thatís what happened."

        Q: Does this change the preparation for next week's game?

        Grant Wistrom: "We just have to look inward now. We will really find out what this team is all about. Itís easy to get along and everybody has fun when youíre winning every week. Now we have to refocus our efforts and come together as a family, and go out there and play better and play harder."

        Q: How was it playing your old team?

        Grant Wistrom: "Itís just more distractions: warming up and trying to say 'hi' to people. Thatís the main difference."

        Q: What's the status of the division now?

        Grant Wistrom: "People who handed us the division donít know a lot about the Rams, because they are a very, very good football team, and they are going to come ready to play every Sunday. They have had a couple of slipups this year, and thatís why they were 2-2, but I think they showed today why they are still a team to be reckoned with out there."

        Q: How do you feel you played today?

        Grant Wistrom: "I donít think I played very well today. I think I can play much better, and I expect to go out and play a lot better next week."
        -10-10-2004, 09:44 PM
      • ramavenger
        Wistrom hurt his back
        by ramavenger
        Posted: 01 Aug 2004 10:21 am

        Post subject: Wistrom placed on Hawks' physically unable to perform list


        Defensive end Wistrom placed on Hawks' physically unable to perform listl

        Mike Sando; The News Tribune

        A bad back kept Grant Wistrom off the field for the Seattle Seahawks' most recent minicamp. It now appears Wistrom will miss the start of training camp as well.

        The team's prized defensive end was among four players placed on the "physically unable to perform" list Saturday, indicating he failed a physical examination.
        -08-01-2004, 12:52 PM