Originally Posted by steelbtexan
The Texas Dr.'s should be able to tell if a prospective player needs microfracture surgery. There are signs that should be obvious on an MRI.
The Texans should run MRI's on all potential draft picks in the first 3 rds. IMHO
OK. You are still confused, Williams injured his shoulder labrum late October 2012 in college. He healed. At draft in April 2013 this was the news :
With the 89th pick Brennan Williams
The Houston Texans have selected Brennan Williams, offensive tackle from North Carolina. Williams had a labrum injury that ended his season in 2012 and is almost back to 100% strength
Then: in May 11 2013 as a Texan Williams hurt knee
and was placed on PUP until training camp. He did play in last preseason game but was then placed on IR & underwent micro surgery for knee. There was no need for MRI at draft as he was not injured until later.
Hope this clears it for you.