Alshon Jeffery has surgery for shoulder injury he played through all season

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Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports that Jeffery underwent successful surgery to fix a torn rotator cuff on Wednesday.

The Philadelphia Eagles' road to the Super Bowl is full of intriguing stories, but Alshon Jeffery playing the entire 2017 season with a torn rotator cuff has soared to the top.

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The recovery time for someone after getting the surgery Jeffery got is typically between four and six months, depending on the tear. The latter end of this projected spectrum could dip into mid-August, which could still give him the chance to participate in preseason action to get his legs under him before the regular season.

Jeffery came to Philadelphia on a one-year deal on the first day of free agency last March before signing a four-year, $52 million contract extension on December 2. The good news, however, is that the Eagles are bringing back the exact same offensive system, and Jeffery doesn't have to learn anything new on the field.

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Jeffery may have been at his best, though, during the Eagles' playoff run when he caught 12 passes and three touchdowns, including a 34-yard score in the Super Bowl.

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