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Former Alabama standout Reuben Foster had surgery back in February for a torn rotator cuff and most people believed that would be all the surgery required. However, it seems that there could be at least one more surgery down the line as the rotator cuff isn’t quite as healthy as NFL teams were hoping.

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Foster is projected as a first-round pick and top-15 by most mock drafts after having a fantastic three-year career in Tuscaloosa. He finished with 211 total tackles, 23 tackles for loss and seven sacks during his time there while also winning the Dick Butkus Award in his last season for best linebacker in the country.

[h/t The Spun]

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