Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick (Los Al ’05) has earned respect from his teammates, according to coach Jason Garrett.
Scandrick, a 10-year NFL veteran, tore his ACL and MCL in his right knee two years ago in training camp, but battled through the rehab process to return to full health and his detemination during a troubled rehab has earned good vbes from his teammates as detailed in a good article at the Dallas Cowboys fansite – all22.
Scandrick missed four games in 2016 with hamstring problems that plagued him through the first seven games of the season. In 2014, the fifth-round pick from Boise State had 2 interceptions and 9 passes defensed while recording 63 tackles in 14 games played. After a year of rehab from the ACL and MCL tears, Scandrick recorded 1 interception, 3 forced fumbles, 8 passes defensed, 46 tackles and 3 sacks.
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