E.J. Henderson Could Be Running In Two Months

Sean Jensen, of the Pioneer Press, reports Dr. David Thorson said Minnesota Vikings LB E.J. Henderson’s (femur) fractured femur likely would not end his career and that Henderson could run in about two months. Thorson said, “Assuming everything is as it should be, my guess is he’ll be participating in training camp. The bone heals fast, and he’s a healthy guy.” Thorson said the femur should heal in six to eight weeks and that Henderson could begin running again in eight to 12 weeks. Thorson, who has worked with the United States ski team, said he has dealt with a handful of skiers who have fractured their femurs.