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A conversation with orthopedic surgeon Neal ElAttrache on Tom Brady's record eight years post-ACL surgery, Gronk's future, Earl Thomas's injury and life as a team doctor

By Albert Breer
December 06, 2016

On this week's episode of The MMQB Podcast with Albert Breer, I talked with orthopedic Surgeon at Kerlen-Jobe, Neal ElAttrache, surgeon for Kobe Bryant and Tom Brady and Zack Grienke. We talked about Brady breaking the all-time wins record eight years after his ACL surgery, how his recent back surgery will impact Rob Gronkowski’s future, and life as an NFL team doctor.

2:58: How the Chiefs are getting it done.

7:17: I’m an idiot. Albert and Emily go over the moments this past week that made them say, well, I’m an idiot.
 
11:31: Overreactions. Now that the dust has cleared from this past weekend’s NFL and college action, Albert and Emily admit to the games and storylines that made them overreact.
 
14:56: #Blessed. Albert and Emily talk about the teams and players who were #blessed this past weekend.
 
18:44: Hot Seat. Albert and Emily talk about some of the coaches who may need to go job hunting soon.
 
21:54: On to Cincinnati. Albert and Emily put the past week behind them and look ahead to some important Week 14 matchups.

27:19: Neal ElAttrache Interview

44:39: Albert’s Six Pack of Twitter questions

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