I wouldn't call it an allergy, but some people can suffer severe medical consequences from ingesting/using even small amounts of cocaine.I was mentioning this weirdness in the office and every response was some variation on "too much cocaine?" (I live in Oregon)
edit: like an allergic reaction... to cocaine! But really, does he live right by the police station? Why would he go there?
I believe the CBA (or a separate agreement) enables the league to release certain categories of information on player health ("torn ACL" or "pulled hammy"). Note that other categories of non-competitive injuries (such as what happened to Armond Armstead) are not disclosed with any specificity at all.I'm always curious about this kind of thing as it relates to HIPAA. I've only tangentially worked in the healthcare field but it's a massive no-no to even disclose an individual's name so it makes me chuckle every time we get instant and highly specific updates on an athlete's condition. I know it's understood that an athlete's injury basically falls under employment record or something like that, making it open, but I believe there are grey areas (the release of JPP's medical records, for example).
I realize you're just passing along a rumor. So, just to analyze a bit, does this in any way help us guess why Jones would have gone to the police rather than the hospital? Seems difficult to understand that part regardless of whose house he may (or more likely may not) have been inRumor about this has been out there for almost two days not:
Means nothing, very well might be made up, just saying it's out there.
Not that I have any idea whether this rumor is accurate or completely unfounded, but it is possible he hung out with a young cancer patient early and then got into trouble late, right?
Maybe beecause it was broadcast on the police band radio that he was being transported to the hospital, so not home (for snoops and looters to plunder)? Remember Brady got robbed when he lived at Marina Bay in Quincy.Still not sure why police would have to go "secure the residence" for a minor health scare.
The really simple explanation would be that he was rushed out of the house and he or someone with him remembered that they left the door open.Maybe beecause it was broadcast on the police band radio that he was being transported to the hospital, so not home (for snoops and looters to plunder)? Remember Brady got robbed when he lived at Marina Bay in Quincy.
I can't stand that producer but just because Gronk wasn't there doesn't mean Jones Wasn't at his house. They supposedly are close. It would be unbelievably irresponsible if he was not 100% on it.Gronkowski was in Florida this whole weekend. He didn't get back until Sunday. That D and C report, like most of their crap they spew, is false.
It's not a journalist with a track record---it's the producer of a crappy radio show with declining ratings looking for oxygen. Not sure why we would assume it's any more credible than some random poster here with 'inside sources'I can't stand that producer but just because Gronk wasn't there doesn't mean Jones Wasn't at his house. They supposedly are close. It would be unbelievably irresponsponsible if he was not 100% on it.
Gronk has a house off north street in foxboro right around the corner from the stadium in a new development.Just play devil's advocate, but Chris Curtis's report just says it happened at Gronk's house, not that Gronk was involved. Does Gronk live with his brother(s) and friends? Or has he moved on from that?
There is SOME smoke. There is an awkward acknowledgment by the Foxboro PD that they interacted with Jones and then sent him off to the hospital late at night. There is no explanation from Jones or the Patriots about what the issue was. There is Gronk missing practice today.There's literally no smoke. There's a story in the Herald, and a bunch of people goofing around
Great get for JetBlue. I mean, if he has to go to Florida why isn't he taking the time machine?