Mario Williams addressed the decision he made to get wrist surgery last week as well as his outlook for the last nine games of the regular season before practice today. He also outlined how much the pain has subsided in his ailing left wrist now that he’s had it cleaned out.
“Pretty much just a sense of it doesn’t hurt like it did before,” he said. “It doesn’t hinder me. I couldn’t even use my hand to do anything pretty much outside of being in a cast. At this point the only pain I feel is the incision. I have better range of motion already and I think the biggest thing is being able to try to get back into working out and getting stronger and being able to use my hand on the field.”
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