And I definitely need a drink, because that headline just made me throw up a little in my mouth. Apparently Munchak threw this little nugget out there, noting that it's very common for guys who have ACL surgery to have a little follow-up arthroscopic procedure. Of course, using Derrick Morgan as the example for how common this is isn't a great comfort.
Sure this is all speculative right now, but it's a bit of a kick in the gut after 8 months of articles and updates about how Kenny's recovery is going super-spectacular. There's nothing scheduled right now, but I can't remember the last time an NFL coach speculated on a surgical procedure like this and it didn't happen. And, even if it does happen it could be a minor setback at most.
But when it comes to the excitement we have in anticipation of this potentially great offense this season, getting Britt anything less than 90% of the way back is going to really, really hurt. He's the most bona fide playmaker we have in the passing game, and no matter what we get from Kendall Wright, our deep game won't be the same without Britt going at full speed.