Texans QB Matt Schaub Healing Well After Undergoing Lisfranc Surgery

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    Matt Schaub's rebuilt right foot — damaged in the Tampa Bay game Nov. 13 when his old pal Albert Haynesworth stepped on him — is healing splendidly after Lisfranc surgery. Barring an unforeseen setback, there seems to be no question he'll be honing in on 100 percent in time for the start of training camp. He should even be able to take part to some extent in the organized team activities (OTAs) that begin in May. He personally feels like he's way ahead of schedule, based on his before-the-fact expectations, and he says his doctors concur. "It's going great," Schaub said. "As of today, we're 13 weeks from surgery, and things are progressing really well. We're really pleased. I'm a little ahead of the game. It's a matter of strengthening and making sure everything stays to form in there with the hardware in my foot." Schaub is putting in three to four hours every morning, five days a week, and believes he’ll come up out of the ordeal a better-conditioned athlete, certainly as far as his lower body is concerned.

    Source: Houston Chronicle
     

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