Found August 08, 2013 on Red's Army:
Rondo was seen on Monday working out in the Louisville football weight room. He is reportedly rehabbing his knee injury at UofL. Due to his injury, I’m sure he’s still unable to play basketball competitively, but he did meet with some of the current Louisville Cardinals on Wednesday. Chris Jones shared this picture on his Instagram account. The Cardinal Connect Rajon Rondo has been all over the map as he rehabs his knee.  He’s been in Vegas, he’s been spotted in posh Cayman resort, on TV with Joan Rivers, and now he’s in his home town rehabbing with college athletes. I guess when you’re a super-rich athlete like Rondo, you can find pretty good facilities to continue your rehab wherever you go.
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