Scott Petrak of the Chronicle Telegram reports Browns cornerback Sheldon Brown had surgery after the season to repair a torn rotator cuff, he said Thursday, and rehabs two hours every morning in Charlotte, N.C. He expects to be 100 percent by June.
“I won’t miss time,” he said by phone on his way to rehab.
Brown had the surgery a couple of weeks after the season when rehab didn’t improve the tear. The surgery was done in New York by the same doctor who repaired a torn labrum in the same shoulder (right) after the 2005 season.
Brown injured the shoulder against Buffalo on Dec. 12, but continued to play, extending his consecutive-games streak to 144.
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