Houston Texans injury news. Here we are again. Already this offseason, Will Fuller, DeAndre Hopkins, and Justin Reid had surgeries that were announced, posted, and dissected.
Another Texan has been anesthetized, taken a quick nap, cut open, and corrected. Benardrick McKinney had arthroscopic knee surgery. He will be spending his spring resting and recovering instead of smelling desert wildflowers and celebrating Snakesgiving.
Texans' Benardrick McKinney undergoes ankle surgery https://t.co/vLP9SVmA9Z— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) February 18, 2020
This is cool and all, but this isn’t the important news. The important news, and the only thing us selfish fans care about, is whether McKinney will be healthy for the start of the 2020 season.
Don’t fret. Aaron Wilson reported McKinney should be fully recovered seven months from now when the Texans play meaningful football again.