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Adams bouncing back quickly from injury

Adams bouncing back quickly from injury

In such a violent game as football, it's probably surprising that back injuries are not more commonplace as other injuries that tend to afflict players. What is just as unexpected is when a player such as Corey Adams who had late season back surgery last year, is able against all odds to go full contact in spring practice less than six months since his injury took place.

By his own admission, the 6-2 294 Corey Adams didn't expect to practice with no limitations this spring. He didn't sense any early indications that such a scenario was even possible. "Coming out of my surgery I woke up and felt fine," Adams recalled, "but it was a solid two months of straight therapy. I was kind of iffy about everything at first and then everything just started warming up at me... Recommended Stories

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