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Shane Ray says "possible timetable" to return is 2-3 months

6/13/2018 9:41:24 AM
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Broncos linebacker Shane Ray hopes a fourth surgery on his left wrist will be the charm, allowing him to play pain-free and possibly be available for the Sept. 9 opener against Seattle, Ryan O'Halloran of the Denver Post reports.

Ray will travel to Houston for surgery on Thursday and he said he’ll have a “bone fusion” to repair damage.

“It’s super frustrating because you go all offseason thinking you’re good and thinking you’re 100 percent healthy and then you get a check-up and find out you’ve got some injured stuff in there and need to get it fixed,” Ray said Tuesday. “For me, it was like ‘Dang, another step in recovery when I thought I was good after surgery last year.’”

Ray said his “possible timetable,” for return is 2-3 months.

“But I think, because it’s bone and not like repairing ligaments, I’ll be able to heal a lot faster and try and be ready for Game 1,” he said.

Broncos coach Vance Joseph declined to estimate Ray’s return date, only saying, “He’ll be back (in) the early part of the season.”

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