The Facts: For the second consecutive offseason, Lindsay is recovering from right wrist surgery, a source told 9News. This time, it was a simple, clean-up arthroscopic procedure, according to the source, and Lindsay should be ready by the start of offseason team work tentatively scheduled for April 20.
Diehards Line:The Broncos top rusher has already been rehabilitating the wrist at the team's headquarters. Lindsay first suffered the injury in game 15 of his rookie 2018 season at Oakland. He missed the entire 2019 offseason to rehabilitate the injury but he was full-go by the start of training camp. Lindsay then recorded is second consecutive 1,000-yard rushing season – the only undrafted player in NFL history to start his career with back-to-back 1,000-yard milestones. At season’s end Lindsay said there had been discomfort in the wrist throughout the season. Apparently that led to the decision for a clean-up procedure.