In this, "Freddy is stiff from yesterday's long football practice." and
Before class, Josh begged his friends for a pencil.", from, here, a comma seems to get utilized in that latter, not that former.
Why may it not go like this, "Freddy is stiff, from yesterday's long football practice".
It seems, you may place a comma, after a dependent clause", not an, "independent clause"?
May you get to place a comma after a "dependent clause"?
I guess, maybe, where, how, may you select to utilize a comma, why?