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On Friday, Redskins running back Roy Helu told CSNWashington.com that he underwent surgery on his foot back on February 5th after realizing that after months of rehab it still wasn’t right.
“In January, I hit a road block, where I couldn’t sprint but everything else was great. I could jog at a high pace, I just couldn’t sprint,” Helu said in a phone conversation. “I made the decision to see what was wrong. I just knew my body was telling me that, with this amount of time, I should be recovered.”
After visiting with foot and ankle specialist Dr. Robert Anderson in Charlotte, Helu opted for a surgical procedure.
“Off of an instinct that something was wrong, we went into surgery,” Helu said. “And we found out there was damaged cartilage [near the big toe] that was causing the problem, but it wasn’t showing up on anything. Thankfully we found it and now it’s gone. The road to recovery this time, since February, has been a lot better.”
Helu just started running this past Tuesday. He’s
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Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan told NFL.com that he
expects quarterback Robert Griffin III to “set a record from coming back” from
knee surgery because of how hard the second-year player is working at his
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progress he’s shown thus far. Now, his coach is heaping the praise on,
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Baylor running back Ike Williams tweeted that he just finished a workout with Redskins’ quarterback Robert Griffin III. He mentioned that they threw some passes and played some basketball.
Just Finished A Massive Workout Ended It With Ah Few Games Of Horse On The Court And Caught 80 Footballs From @rgiii #WeWorking
— Ike Williams (@I_Williams4) April 6, 2013
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