He more than likely suffered a posterior dislocation which is when your forearm bones go behind your arm bone. I say that because that is the most common type not because I am some sort of medical genius. This type of fracture does not require surgery it is simply put back into place. A NORMAL person would have to wear a sling to keep his elbow at a ninety degree angle for about a week and a half. I wouldn't be surprised to see Bradley without one in as short as a day or two just because his muscles are much larger than the norm. A NORMAL person would be out of sports for approximately six weeks. Once again, Stewart Bradley is not normal. He is a monster. It should be really interesting to hear how fast this guy can get on the field. We are going to need him against the new and improved Brandon Jacobs. My brain starts to hurt when I think of Chaney having to bring down Jacobs. Get healthy soon...PLEASE
When is Bradley coming back?
He's playing on Sunday (7 votes)
He's back for the Vikes (16 votes)
He's gonna be back for the Boys (25 votes)
Playoffs (121 votes)
169 total votes