Fresh off inking a new contract, Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles is confident he'll be ready for all offseason work following wrist surgery last month. In a conference call after signing his new three-year deal this weekend, Bortles called the surgery a "cleanup-type procedure" after he played with the issue the entire 2017 season. Bortles added he's heading to California to begin his offseason work with throwing coach Adam Dedeaux. "For these next two weeks to kind of get me to that six-week mark of the rehab and be 100 percent cleared, we came up with a program here that [Jaguars head athletic trainer Scott] Trulock and us talked about," Bortles said, via Michael DiRocco of ESPN.
Blake Bortles expects to be fully healthy for OTAs
NFL.com | Feb 26