Linebacker Bradie James, cornerback Orlando Scandrick and wide receiver Jesse Holley are each set to undergo minor surgery for injuries suffered in 2010.
James, who played through a sprained left PCL through most of the season will have surgery on the knee in the coming week.
Scandrick will be undergoing surgery for the second time in eight months today, to repair a fractured finger. The third-year cornerback suffered the injury during an offseason workout, an missed all of the team’s mini-camps after undergoing the first surgery. This procedure worked, but Scandrick never regained stability in the finger and played through the season with a splint in his glove.
Holley, who emerged on the 53 man roster for the first time this season, will have surgery to repair a torn meniscus, which bothered him late in the season but did not cause him to miss any time.
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