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Washington Redskins defensive end Kedric Golston expressed relief that the torn MCL and partially-torn ACL in his left knee won’t require surgery and said that, although disappointed, he knows being placed on injured reserve was the best move for himself and the team. Speaking for the first time since he suffered the injury against Miami in Week 10, Golston said after examining his knee, doctors prescribed a rehabilitation process that is expected to take four to six weeks. Although he possibly could have returned to the field this season, the Redskins elected to place Golston on the season-ending injured reserve list, and Golston understood why. Read full article >>
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