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Event #30: Gary Faneca

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SEATTLE SEAHAWKS STAFF MAY SUBMIT A RESPONSE UNTIL 8/17/17 at 11:59 PM EST.

 

Gary Faneca, wide receiver for the Seahawks, recently began enjoying his early offseason in Whistler, British Columbia. Faneca and several of his close personal friends hit the ski slopes early. Faneca enjoyed his time away from football and is already looking forward to the 2021 season. Unfortunately, following the return to Seattle, Faneca noticed some issues with his back that may or may not have come from the ski trip and has come to his team to talk about the issue.

 

However, Faneca gained 5% fitness from his outdoor adventure.

 

1) Have Faneca checked out by a doctor. (-10% fitness.)

2) Advise Faneca not to spend his offseason with dangerous activities and wish him well. (-10% happiness)

3) It's nothing. (+5% happiness)

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We understand the Gary has had some discomfort relating to his back after a recent ski trip. Since we are not aware of the cause of his pain, we feel it is best to approach this situation with caution. Therefore, we have decided it is best for Gary to visit with a doctor. We hope all is well with Gary and that he can get past this unfortunate inconvenience. 

 

Seahawks choose option 1

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