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NEW ORLEANS- Running back Mark Ingram underwent arthroscopic knee surgery Thursday. The 2011 number-one pick out of Alabama has had trouble with his knee in the past.
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According to a report issued by ESPN.com’s Adam Schefter, New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram underwent arthroscopic knee surgery and will miss the next six weeks, forcing him to miss the team’s minicamp. The injury only adds to growing concerns about his durability, which will go a long way in determining if he can be a productive player this season for fantasy football...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram under went arthroscopic knee surgery Thursday, which will keep him off the field for the next six weeks.
What’s really alarming about Ingram’s knee condition is that this is his second knee scope in three seasons. He had one before his junior year at Alabama.
The year Ingram was drafted, a lot...
Very unexpected news hit the Saints team yesterday when Adam Schefter of ESPN reported that running back Mark Ingram underwent knee surgery that will keep him out 6 weeks and out of mini camps. While Ingram is supposed to be back healthy in time for training camp, his health issues are starting to become a little worrisome. You'll remember he spent an extensive portion of the...
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The NFLPA filed a grievance challenging commissioner Roger Goodell's authority to suspend four Saints' players for alleged roles in the bounty scandal. Before it is immediately dismissed as legal conjecture, consider the months-old CBA included a provision that dismissed off-field actions typically subject to fine or suspension if they took place before Aug. 4, 2011. The...
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New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram underwent arthroscopic knee surgery Thursday.
The timetable for his return back to team activity is 6 weeks.
This is his second arthroscopic knee surgery. He underwent one just before his final college season.