Denzel Perryman Plans to Come Back Lean, Mean and Better Than Ever After His Brutal Season-Ending Injury
An injury sustained during a Week 9 game against the Oakland Raiders left LA Chargers star Denzel Perryman with a torn LCL and a detached hamstring tendon. Perryman needed surgery and a lengthy recover period, but with the help of his family, he managed to avoid the depression and despair that often make recovery from athletic injuries even more difficult. He worked hard to regain his abilities, and earned a happy ending in the form of a two year contract extension with the Chargers.
- With the support of his family, Perryman was able to stay motivated and avoid the despair and depression that often afflicts athletes with serious injuries.
- Since his injury, Perryman has altered his training to place more emphasis on core strength and small, often under-utilized muscle groups.
- Perryman was deeply moved by the Chargers’ decision to give him a two year contract extension valued at $12 million, providing a happy ending to his story of recovery.
“He served as the team’s emergency linebacker the rest of the game, but an MRI the next day revealed he’d not only torn his LCL, but had also ripped his hamstring tendon clean off the bone.”
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