Seahawks LB Jordyn Brooks rehab process from ACL tear ‘going to be a while’

Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll spoke with reporters on Tuesday from the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis and was able to provide some injury updates for a number of players on the roster.

Linebacker Jordyn Brooks is on the mend from the ACL tear he suffered last season.

“He’s doing really well,” Carroll said. “The process is happening, the whole rehab process, but it’s going to be a while. A healthy young kid, he’s going to be able bounce back as fast as you can come back, and he’s a hard worker and pushes himself and all of that.

“But you’ve got to just hope for a smooth process along the way so there’s no setbacks.”

Carroll did not provide a firm timeline for Brooks’ return, but did add that “all the indications are going really well so far.”


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Story originally appeared on Seahawks Wire