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Roethlisberger meniscus surgery is expected to be a cleanup

A torn meniscus can lead to a wide variety of player absences. Vikings running back Adrian Peterson tore his in Week Two, and he may not play again this year. Others have had the same injury, and they’ve returned quickly. The difference comes from the question of whether the meniscus is “cleaned up” (i.e., trimmed…
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