Terrelle Pryor, wide receiver of the New York Jets told that it’s a real miracle that he is capable of participating in the game just three months after his second ankle surgery in a row.
On Monday, the player disclosed that May’s surgery had to do with repairing a fracture. However, initially, it should have been a regular cleanup from ligament surgery the previous autumn.
Despite his recent trauma, the player is already training. However, he Pryor stressed that h won’t be able to play on Thursday versus his ex-squad, the Washington Redskins. Perhaps, they will perceive his absence as good luck.
In addition to this, his reps in practice will be limited. That’s just a measure to enable him to get back to the game gradually. Pryor is also handling a minor hip trauma that he’s assured was provoked by his inactivity. The player said that it’s a blessing for him to be on the field, capable of competing with others.