Seahawks CB Tre Brown expected to make full recovery after knee surgery

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Seattle Seahawks rookie cornerback Tre Brown sustained a patellar tendon injury on Sunday during the team’s Week-11 loss to the Arizona Cardinals at Lumen Field.

On Tuesday, Brown underwent surgery to repair the injury. The operation was a success.

“Tre Brown underwent successful surgery to repair his patellar tendon and medial and lateral retinacular tears this morning,” head team physician Dr. Ed Khalfayan said via a statement released by the club. “He will remain on crutches for six weeks and his rehabilitation period will be six to seven months.

“I expect him to make a full recovery.”

In his rookie campaign, Brown started three of five games played for Seattle, logging nine tackles and a pass defensed.

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