Victor Abiamiri Has Knee Surgery, Could Miss 2010 Season Opener

May 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

If Victor Abiamiri's future with the Eagles wasn't cloudy enough, it's not going to help that he will be heading into the 2010 season with little to no workout time as he recovers from microfracture knee surgery he had done on February 9.

Apparently the Eagles did a good job of keeping it quiet, but now that mini-camp is starting and he's not participating, it was time to let everyone know.

"It's a big injury," Eagles' trainer Rick Burkholder said. "It's knocked some guys out of playing, but plenty of people have come back and played, too. He's got youth on his side."

His youth might be looked at as an advantage if he'd have a healthy season to speak of on the NFL level. However, Abiamiri has the dubious distinction of never playing a full 16-game season and has not produced anywhere near his second-round status.

In fact, since getting drafted in 2007, Abiamiri has played in 29 games (of a possible 48), and has only four sacks. He's more of a run-stopper tha...

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