• Jake Long undergoes knee surgery

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Jan 23, 2014
    Offensive tackle Jake Long underwent surgery recently to repair a knee injury he suffered in the Rams’ second-to-last game of the regular season the team’s 23-13 home victory over Tampa Bay on Dec. 22. MCL injuries heal on their own and don’t require surgery, but that meant surgery on Long’s ACL was delayed until the MCL healed. Virginia isn’t what you’d call a football power, but the Cavaliers have sent a steady stream of offensive tackles into the NFL in recent years from D’Brickashaw Ferguson to Eugene...
    Source: stltoday.com
    • Jake Long had his ACL surgery

      Rams left tackle Jake Long tore his ACL and MCL in late December, forcing him to wait until the MCL healed before he could have the surgery needed to repair the other torn ligament. It was expected to take four to six weeks for the MCL to heal enough fo…

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