Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Surgery for LB Keenan Clayton

Sports hernia surgery.
The Eagles reported that LB Keenan Clayton underwent successful surgery on Tuesday to repair a torn core muscle.

The injury is commonly known as a sports hernia.

Sports hernia expert Dr. William Meyers did the work down the street at Jefferson at the Navy Yard in Philadelphia.

For Clayton, the key issue is the injury occurred from work done around the NovaCare Complex, not somewhere else.

Offensive tackle Jason Peters could lose a hefty portion of his salary after tearing an Achilles' tendon not once but twice away from the complex. Under terms of the new collective bargaining agreement Peters suffered a non-football injury.

Clayton did not suffer the injury at OTAs Tuesday.

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