Junior Galette Won’t Be Needing A Surgery

It’s great news for all saints fans as it has just been announced that their linebacker Junior Galette will not be requiring any surgery for his injury thus indicating that he might actually rejoin the team as sooner as we think.

There had been lots of talks concerning regarding Galette pectoral injury with many stating that he might have harm his body seriously and that he will be forced to have a surgery that will see him miss out on the team’s opening game. The great news was first reported by NFL network and according to their reports Galette might actually be well again even before the New Orleans Saints embark on their quest of an NFL Championship. This simply means that he might actually end up playing.

Before the news, the Saints linebacker had been scheduled to meet up with the teams doctor on Monday where he learned that his injury was not that bad, In fact, he was told by the doctor that the only thing you actually need is some proper race and rehab and he will be good to go.

The news about 27-year old Gallete not needing a surgery is without a doubt a welcoming news to the New Orleans Saints fans as well as the organization. And they should be, because Gillette will be joining the team’s defensive line which is looking ever so great up there when they heat the flaw together and play their hearts out.


 

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