Carolina Panthers left guard Brady Christensen didn’t finish his strong 2022 marketing campaign on an awesome observe. However now, all he can do is make certain he’s there to start out 2023.
The second-year hog molly spoke with his alma mater over at BYU Sports activities Nation on Tuesday. Christensen, who left the season finale towards the New Orleans Saints with a broken ankle, stated he’s feeling good after present process surgical procedure every week in the past.
“I principally had a high-ankle sprain, then fractured the left fibula, too,” he said. “In order that they needed to put some screws and plates in there, and do a pair issues with the high-ankle sprain.
“However I’m feeling good. It’s been every week since then. Simply kinda rehabbing. I’m off my toes now—can’t actually stroll from wherever to 2 to 4 weeks. After which kinda go from there and ramp it up and hopefully I’ll be actually ramping it up by three months from now.”
Christensen began all 17 video games for Carolina this previous season. Over his 965 offensive snaps, he was charged with 17 pressures, a pair of sacks and earned a 68.8 pass-blocking grade from Professional Soccer Focus—rating twenty first amongst all beginning guards.
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