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Old 03-22-2014   #139
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Default Re: Draft Grade - Round 3/1 Brennan Williams

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Originally Posted by IDEXAN View Post
If BW's "microfracture" situation goes back 2 years and this doctor thinks 300 pounders with that sort of medical problem don't ever recover 100 %, since the Texans drafted BW less than a year ago obviously the Texans' medical people (at the time of the Draft) didn't agree with this doctors opinion.
The surgery wasn't done two years ago. He's been dealing with the same knee injury since before his senior season, it's never been 100% right. He was healthy enough to play as a senior. Then he tore his shoulder & sat out the final four games of his senior season.

We drafted him & the same knee started giving him problems... he had the microfracture surgery & here we are.

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Brennan Williams, a North Carolina third-round pick, suffered a microfracture in his knee. Williams was dealing with a knee injury he suffered on May 11, the second day of rookie minicamp. Williams did return near the end of camp, but suffered swelling again after the game at Dallas. Kubiak mentioned that the latest injury looked “more extensive” than the previous one.
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