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LG Pitts Should Be Ready for the Start of Training Camp

The Texans official site reports today that Chester Pitts could be back ready to go for the start of training camp:

Chester Pitts is the only Texan to start every game in team history. The guard, who was selected by Texans in the second round of their inaugural 2002 draft, has fought through sprains and strains to line up every Sunday for Houston. But this offseason, seven seasons of pounding caught up with Pitts and he had to undergo arthroscopic surgery to repair his elbows and get him ready for his 113th consecutive start next season.

“I basically had small pieces of the bone that broke off and would float around in the joint,” Pitts said. “They would get caught and jammed sometimes. So (head team physician) Dr. (Walt) Lowe went in and did a little scope, cleaned it out and made the surface smooth. Honestly, they are feeling good. I’m almost right up to my max strength where I have been and I will be ready for the season.”


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