Patriots CB Stephon Gilmore reportedly expected to miss rest of regular season with partially torn quad

Patriots star cornerback Stephon Gilmore’s season is expected to be over, but it seems that the injury he sustained in Sunday’s loss at Miami could have been far worse.
According to an NFL Network, Gilmore suffered a partially torn quad, and the reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year is scheduled to have surgery on Tuesday to repair it. It was initially thought Gilmore had suffered a knee injury, but there’s no structural damage to his knee, per the report. He is expected to make a full recovery and participate in some portion of the Patriots’ offseason program.

#Patriots CB Stephon Gilmore, the reigning defensive player of the year, suffered a partially torn quad, sources say. He’ll have surgery to repair it tomorrow. He should be able to participate in a some portion of the offseason program. No structural damage to his knee.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 21, 2020

“His knees are fine, the quad should heal and he’ll he back to 100% long before next season,” NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport tweeted.
Bill Belichick was asked to confirm Gilmore’s status during his weekly radio appearance on WEEI’s “Ordway, Merloni & Fauria,” but he didn’t address the cornerback, saying medical reports would be available at the end of the day.
Gilmore suffered the injury when he slipped and fell on the turf in Miami. He reached for his left hamstring, then his right knee and laid on the field for several moments before needing help from two staff members to walk off the field and to the locker room. He did not return to the game.
With the Pats eliminated from playoff contention, Gilmore will only miss the team’s final two games in the coming weeks and should return to full health before next season. Gilmore missed three games earlier this season with a knee injury and also overcame a bout with COVID-19.
He will finish this season with one interception, a forced fumble, three pass deflections and 15 tackles over 11 game appearances. Gilmore is a two-time All-Pro and Pro Bowler with the Patriots. He was also named the NFL’s Defensive Player of the Year last season and has one more year left on his contract in New England.

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