JK Dobbins surgery was 'smashing success' per HC John Harbaugh
JK Dobbins is on the mend after successful knee surgery.
The former Ohio State standout turned Baltimore Raven had arthroscopic surgery for lingering scar tissue issues caused by a torn ACL last season. The RB was projected to be out for the next 4 to 6 weeks, but is doing better than expected according to Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh.
The coach stated in a press conference Thursday that the surgery was a “smashing success.”
JK Dobbins’ surgery was a “smashing success”. Was more scar tissue in there than the MRI even showed, John Harbaugh said.
— Ryan Mink (@ryanmink) November 3, 2022
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Dobbins was drafted in the second round of the NFL draft after a noteworthy career at Ohio State. Dobbins was the first running back in school history to top the 2,000-yard rushing mark. With 4,459 yards rushing, Dobbins holds the second all-time rushing yard spot as a Buckeye.
Before surgery sidelined him, Dobbins recorded 123 yards on 35 rushes and 1 touchdown this season for Baltimore. The RB rushed for 805 yards and 9 touchdowns with an additional 18 receptions for 120 yards in his rookie season in 2020. Dobbins’ ACL tear forced him to miss the 2021 season.