At the end of the 2019 season, all those precious limbs and previous ailments of NFL players, ruptured like dropped fruit, the color of plumbs, enter the shop to be repaired. Justin Reid had surgery to fix a torn labrum. Gareon Conley had a screw removed from his ankle. Two other Houston Texans have also undergone procedures of their own.
Will Fuller V looked into the mirror and proclaimed, “New Year. New Me.” He cut off his dreads. His hernia is now fixed. Hopefully the Houston Texans also took this time to replace his groin and hamstrings while Fuller was out and then afterwards called Notre Dame’s medical staff and learned their ancient secrets to keep Will Fuller healthy.
Texans' Will Fuller has sports hernia surgery https://t.co/b6K3BnpDBS— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) January 26, 2020
The other new member of the rest and recovery team is Greg Mancz. He recently had ankle surgery. Greg has had problems with his ankle throughout his career; hopefully this is the magic bean that cures all his ills.
Sources: Texans lineman Greg Mancz had ankle surgery https://t.co/ib1K0LVNty— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) January 28, 2020
That’s the injury news of the day. Carry on.