Pharaoh Brown Making Progress in Rehab

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When Pharaoh Brown broke his leg on November 8th against Utah, the first thought that came to mind was: “Is he ever going to play football again?” Seeing someone’s leg bent in half is very surreal. It’s one of discomfort for yourself, while feeling pain for the one suffering.

All that fans and Duck hopefuls wanted to see was Brown’s recovery from that gruesome leg injury. So much talent and love for the game, potentially taken away right in front of our eyes – we hope for Brown that that is not the way things would end. It’s still very early to speculate but six days ago, Brown posted this video on his Instargam of him running on an underwater treadmill.

Besides pro day on March 14th, the next big event for the Ducks is the Spring Game on May 2nd. We know right now that Brown won’t be making an appearance, but his social media accounts have given us some hope of his eventual return. With the weapons that the Ducks have locked down for next season, adding Brown to that mix would make for some exciting times. What matters most is that Brown get better and then when he is ready to play, the friendly confines of Autzen Stadium will be waiting.

Stay tuned to FishDuck.com for all your Ducks injury news.

Top Photo by Kevin Cline

 

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Jason Selby

Jason Selby

Jason is a Junior at the University of Oregon, currently double majoring in Public Relations and Political Science. Jason has been an avid sports fan for his entire life, growing up playing Football, Basketball, and Baseball. Over the last year, Jason has found his love for sports reporting, and enjoys creating pieces that use his love and knowledge for sports to portray his message. In his spare time, Jason enjoys obsessing over Ducks sports, Scuba Diving around the world, and listening to music. Tweet at Jason…. @1seltank. He loves talking sports with other avid sports fans.

  • hokieduck

    What matters most is that Brown get better and is able to walk when he is forty. Sure, I loved him in a Ducks uni, but his health and future is first and foremost in importance.

    • Jason Selby

      You are absolutely right. If he is ready to come back, great. He should definitely take his time though – hopefully we get to see him again. Thanks for the read