OT Jammal Brown has additional surgery, out 4-6 more weeks

Redskins offensive tackle Jammal Brown had yet another surgery on his troublesome injured hip last Thursday, and the procedure is expected to keep him out for an additional 4-6 weeks, per Mike Jones of the Washington Post.

Brown indicated to media that the surgery to repair torn ligaments “went well,” but the earliest he’ll be back is around early-to-mid October, when the Redskins will foreseeably completed almost a third of the regular season.

The Redskins could place Brown on the “Physically Unable to Perform” (PUP) list, meaning he’d be sidelined for the first six weeks of the regular season, but that’s nothing more than speculation at this point.

Far more certain, though, is that Tyler Polumbus will be the team’s starting right tackle come opening day vs. the New Orleans Saints.


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