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.”

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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.