It took over a year to Rashad Benny To return to a match with the Seattle Seahawks after he injured his knee in front of the Los Angeles Rams last December.
Benny had a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee as well as additional damage in the only touch of Seattle’s loss to Ramez on December 8, 2019. Benny spent the entirety of 2020 on the Physically Unable to Perform roster before it got activated before his victory last week. Washington Soccer Team.
Benny was pulling out of two of the best performances of his career in the weeks leading up to injury, and he’s happy to be back with the team for the supplement tour this year.
“Back it was a long road,” Benny said on Thursday. “I’m happy to be here and back and to be with the team. As I told the guys, I was very happy to travel. I was just happy to get back into that feeling and just watch the match, a live experience, instead of watching it on TV every weekend.”
Penny, Seattle’s first-round pick in 2018, dashed to gain 129 yards and landings in Seattle’s win over the Philadelphia Eagles on November 24 of last year. The following week, he lunted 74 yards and landed and grabbed four passes for 33 yards and another point. Penny, Chris Carson And the CJ Pros They would all lose due to end-of-season injuries within eight days forcing the team to return Marshawn Lynch And the Robert Turpin For the rest of the season.
Penny played six shots in last week’s 20-15 win over Washington. He carried twice for six yards on his return to work.
“I am comforting myself to go back there and go back to playing football at the normal rate,” said Benny. “How did I finish the last two weeks of last year, I’m just trying to get that feeling again and contribute in whatever way this team needs to contribute.”