Jadeveon Clowney had an incredible season! He earned an invite to his first career Pro Bowl, and he was named to All-Pro teams by The Sporting News and the Associated Press.
Such an outstanding performance doesn’t come without some wear and tear, as today we are hearing that Clowney had surgery on his left knee. Don’t panic, Texans fans! It sounds as though this was a minor procedure, and it is unlikely that it is related at all to the previous two surgical procedures he had on his other knee.
Clowney withdrew from Pro Bowl cause of arthroscopic surgery on left knee. Had a scope and microfracture surgery on right knee as a rookie.— John McClain (@McClain_on_NFL) January 26, 2017
The arthroscopic surgery #Texans Jadeveon Clowney had on his left knee was minor. I’m told he’s fine. Great yr after switch to DE from OLB— James Palmer (@JamesPalmerTV) January 26, 2017
Clowney played through a few nicks and bruises this year, and many players have minor procedures after the grind of an NFL season, so there shouldn’t be reason to be concerned about this. Chime in below with your comments.