Miami Dolphins cornerback Jalen Ramsey is anticipated to miss out on at the very least 6 to 8 weeks because of a curve injury that will certainly call for surgical treatment on his left knee, NFL Network Experts Tom Pelissero as well as Mike Garafolo reported Thursday. Ramsey was hurt in Miami’s technique previously in the day.
Dolphins head trainer Mike McDaniel on Friday verified that Ramsey hurt his crescent as well as will certainly go through knee surgical treatment at 1 p.m. ET on Friday.
“The length of this rehabilitation is kind of dictated on a couple of things that could occur in the surgery,” McDaniel described to press reporters. “The exact timeline is a little to be determined. What I can tell you is I don’t think the beginning of the regular season is really a part of the scenario. It’s going to be into the season and how deep that is depends kind of on what happens today.”
NFL Network Expert Ian Rapoport formerly reported on Thursday evening it’s most likely Ramsey will certainly call for a complete crescent fixing, which would certainly place his return day right back to December. Inevitably, medical professionals will certainly figure out exactly how serious the injury is, as well as for that reason what strategy they have to require to repair it. If the tendon can simply be cut, Ramsey might be back as quickly as 6 weeks, establishing him as much as return simply around the Dolphins’ period opener versus the Chargers on Sept. 10– though McDaniel shared his question that Ramsey would certainly be offered Week 1 also under a hopeful timeline.
If medical professionals identify they require to get rid of the crescent, that would certainly enhance the cornerback’s recuperation timeline, Pelissero as well as Garafolo reported on Thursday.