The Eagles player who will visit the operating room after Super Bowl LVII

The Philadelphias eagles they tried to win the Super Bowl lvii with their best players despite the fact that some of them were injured, like the right tackle Lane Johnson.

After the defeat inflicted by the Kansas City Chiefs, the player has decided what is best for his body. According to a report by NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Johnson visited the operating room to repair the torn adductor muscle he played with during the 2022 playoff season..

The same report indicates that the recovery process will take 10 to 12 weeks, so he will be ready for training camp for the 2023 NFL season.

Johnson suffered the injury late in the 2022 regular season and missed Weeks 17 and 18 games. Despite this, he played in all three playoff games. During the last campaign the offensive lineman was awarded the first team all-pro for the first time in his career and his fourth invitation to the Pro Bowl.

Johnson, 32, is a 10-season veteran who has played 127 games for the Eagles since being drafted in the first round of the 2013 Draft.

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Johnson takes surgery with humor

The right tackle posted a photo on his Twitter account from a hospital bed and appears to be taking the procedure with humor. In the description of the tweet Johnson includes a link to the fragment of the film Happuy Gilmore in which they wish the character played by Adam Sandler better luck next year.

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