"“Well, I had surgery like 6 weeks ago, 7 weeks ago on my left knee to clean it up,” said McAfee. “The first couple weeks of rehab were a little tough, but now I’m on the backend of it–so I’m at like 85 to 90 percent right now. So by the time training camp comes around, I’ll be 100 percent and I can’t wait for that day.”"
The 2x All-Pro remains one of the NFL’s best punters, having averaged 47.7 yards per punt last season which ranked 2nd best in the entire league. Not to mention, his net average of 41.7 yards per punt was the 5th best respectively.
He was also 3rd in the NFL with 67 touchbacks last season (87% of his kickoffs).
It’s worth noting that he also holds field goals for legendary kicker Adam Vinatieri, so McAfee truly is a jack-of-all-trades as it relates to the Colts special teams success. Simply put, he’s an invaluable member of the team.
This sounds like a relatively routine procedure for McAfee, and it’s the time of year where players typically undergo cleanup procedures in order to be ready for training camp.
It’s encouraging that this surgery also wasn’t on McAfee’s kicking leg. By the sounds of things, the 29 year old should be good to go for training camp and there are no major concerns going forward.