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Carolina Panthers defensive end Charles Johnson went in for surgery after swelling developed around his right knee.
Johnson went in for arthroscopic surgery and tweeted afterwards to his followers that everything went good.
Panthers general manager Marty Hurney said the medical staff decided to schedule the "minor clean-out".
Johnson is expected to be ready for training camp in July.
Johnson signed a six year, $72 million contract with a $30 million signing bonus.
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Carolina Panthers defensive end Charles Johnson has knee surgery recently and may miss the rest of the team's voluntary workouts and minicamps.
The team announced that the surgery was necessary to relieve swelling in Johnson's right knee.
Johnson posted to his Twitter account that, "My surgery went good! Thanks to everyone for your blessing," according to the...
Carolina Panthers defensive end Charles Johnson underwent arthroscopic knee surgery on his right knee Friday, according to general manager Marty Hurney.
The Panthers medical staff decided to schedule a “minor clean out” according to Hurney because Johnson recently developed some swelling around his knee.
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