What was found was another lateral tear of the meniscus, the same injury that he suffered last November 20 in the game against Virginia, and there was also some debris that needed to be cleaned out. Dr. Thomas Gill – the orthopedist for the Bruins, Patriots and Red Sox – performed the surgery at Brigham and Women’s/Mass. General Health Care Center in Foxboro.
Harris conceded that redshirting is an option, but it’s not one he’s looking at closely right now. He hopes to be able to play by the third game of the season against Duke on Sept. 17.
Good job by Duggan to first report the news. I am not a knee or medical expert, but it is troubling that it look this long to diagnose. I think this knee will be an ongoing issue. Regardless of what Montel hopes, I am mentally preparing for a season without him. Let's hope Williams has worked on his reading of holes.
Kuechly and the linebackers are going to carry this year's defense.
This guy has a BC offer and he hasn't even started a game in high school yet.
Lesson to all you high schoolers courtesy of Chris Snee: don't get a tattoo until you are really sure you like it.
Friday, August 19, 2011
Harris's timetable uncertain and other links
Things are not looking good for Montel, per Dan Duggan's blog: