Now, eyes will be on him to see how he responds after a second procedure on his knees in the last two years.
The injury wasn’t related to the torn anterior cruciate ligament that he suffered during his senior season at Georgia Tech; his June surgery was on his other knee. Nevertheless, it was a frustrating setback given that Gotsis had just hit full speed for the first time as a pro — and was showing flashes of the raw talent that made him a second-round pick in 2016.
“They say it takes you a year to get back to yourself coming off of an ACL injury,” Defensive Coordinator Joe Woods said during OTAs. “Last year when he came in, he was coming off that ACL and I don’t feel like he had the opportunity to train physically in the offseason and get prepared for his rookie season.
Before his recent surgery, Gotsis was causing the same kind of disruption during OTAs as veteran
Gotsis’ play and strength earned him a nickname from his teammates this offseason: “Little Wolfe.”
“He’s doing great. I’m…
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