Klug (Achilles) shed his walking boot and expects to be ready for training camp this summer, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. "It sounds like camp is going to be a go. So now I just have to put the work in to get ready," Klug said. Klug, who ruptured an Achilles tendon in Week 16 of last season, is roughly three months removed from corrective surgery and has progressed to walking unassisted since shedding his medically-prescribed walking boot in early March. With training camp still over four months away, the veteran has plenty of time to make a full recovery and should return as a key piece of the Titans' defensive line rotation if he can avoid any setbacks.
Plug (Achilles) signed a contract with the Titans on Thursday, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports. Klug has been a consistent player at defensive end for the Titans over the course of his six-year career. He had a career-high 26 tackles in 2016. Look for him to see a similar role in 2017 as he backs up starting ends Jurrell Casey and DaQuan Jones.
Klug (achilles) is progressing well in recovery from his December surgery, Paul Kuharsky of ESPN reports. Klug tore his achilles late in the season and still faces months of recovery before he's back to full health. He isn't expected to be ready to return prior to training camp. He's currently a pending free agent, but he may be cheaper for the Titans to resign given his injury.
Klug (achilles) will undergo surgery to repair his torn Achilles this week, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Klug was moved to injured reserve a few weeks ago and was expected to have surgery. He'll face a recovery of a few months and could miss some early offseason activities.
Klug will move to the injured reserve due to a torn Achilles. Klug had dealing with a strained Achilles in advance of Sunday's game. The tear will require surgery, forcing Klug to miss the rest of the season and begin his recovery process. Mehdi Abdesmad will likely see increased action in Klug's stead.