New York Giants OL Rich Seubert’s Rehab Going Well, Expects to be Full Strength by August
New York Giants interior offensive lineman Rich Seubert, who many believed to be the team’s MVP last season, had surgery on his patella and medial collateral ligaments in his knee this off season. He also had a procedure called a mosaicplasty that repairs a hole in the cartilage in his kneecap.
He has been rehabbing at EXCEL Physical Therapy due to the current lockout not allowing players to workout and rehab at team facilities, and the rehab is going well.
If everything goes well he should be 100 percent by August, and plans to start running in July.
“Maybe a couple of weeks before August I start running and it goes well,” Seubert said. “Just hope for the best and hope I can get out there as soon as I can which August 1st puts me right at crunch time.”
If he won’t be ready by August, I imagine the Giants will cover themselves by drafting an interior lineman in the 2011 NFL Draft.
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