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According to the Star Tribune, Vikings linebacker Chad Greenway’s knee scope went well and he’s expected to be ready for training camp.
Vikings coach Leslie Frazier reported that Chad Greenway’s Thursday morning arthroscopic surgery to clean up his left knee went well as expected. Greenway will be out of action until training camp begins in late July.
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