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Grogan's arthroscopy was on cutting edge

By Shira Springer
Globe Staff / February 3, 2008

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The first of five knee surgeries left Steve Grogan with nausea for days, crutches for a month, and a lengthy recovery. After the second surgery, the former Patriots quarterback got up off the operating table, drove home, and resumed workouts a week later. The third, fourth, and fifth operations followed essentially the same quick routine, though each one was to ... (Full article: 764 words)

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