Dolphins' Jalen Ramsey to miss 6-8 weeks, needs knee surgery for meniscus injury. Injured in practice, per NFL Network Insiders.
Jalen Ramsey out 6-8 weeks, needs knee surgery for meniscus injury. Sustained during Miami's practice, as reported by NFL Network.
Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel on Friday confirmed that Ramsey injured his meniscus and will undergo knee surgery at 1 p.m. ET on Friday.
Rehab duration depends on surgery outcome. Season start uncertain, possibly later. McDaniel shared this with reporters.
Rehab length depends on surgery outcome. Season start uncertain, later possibility. McDaniel explained to reporters
Rapoport reported Ramsey may need full meniscus repair, returning in December. Severity will guide treatment. Trimmed ligament: 6 weeks. McDaniel doubts Week 1 return.
Rapoport reported full meniscus repair may lead to December return. Severity guides treatment. Trimmed ligament: 6 weeks. McDaniel doubts Week 1 return.
If doctors determine they need to remove the meniscus, that would increase the cornerback's recovery timeline, Pelissero and Garafolo reported on Thursday.
I'll return stronger in due time! Minor for God's child! I trust fully, He's got me! Grateful to worship His name! My brothers will hold it down until I'm back!
Stronger comeback! Minor for God's child! Trust Him fully! Grateful to worship! Brothers got my back!