On the first day of the Texans’ offseason program at Reliant Stadium, quarterback Matt Schaub said the rehab on his surgically-repaired right foot is going “great” .
Schaub had season-ending surgery for a Lisfranc injury on Nov. 30.
“We’re just moving forward,” he said on Monday. “I had a procedure last week, getting hardware taken out, which is customary for this thing, so [I’ll] just let the incisions heal up and move forward.
“I’m right on schedule because where the hardware removal takes place in this procedure is right where we are and so from here, we just move forward and just keep going. But we have a lot of time left to get ready, and there’s no doubt I will be ready.”
Schaub will likely not participate in the team practice portions of organized team activities (OTAs) for precautionary reasons, but he fully expects to be ready for training camp.
“Sitting here on April 16, it’s hard for me to say when I will be [100 percent],” Schaub said. “I mean, after the screws came out this past week, it’s hard for me to tell you a certain date or June or something like that. All I know is come time for training camp, I’m going to be 100 percent ready to go, and that’s all that really matters, in my mind.”
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