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Adam Gotsis undergoes arthroscopic procedure on right knee

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. —Defensive end Adam Gotsis underwent minor arthroscopic surgery on his right knee Thursday morning, Broncos Head Coach Vance Joseph said.

"It's a small clean-up job," Joseph said. "[The surgery] happened this morning. It was successful."

Joseph said he expects Gotsis to return the first week of training camp.

The exact date of the injury wasn't specified. "Maybe yesterday, maybe last week," Joseph said. "It was bothering him for about four days. He kept going on. It was just soreness. He went to the doctor yesterday, and there was a little something floating in there. We fixed it immediately."

Gotsis, a second-year player from Georgia Tech, tore the ACL in his left knee as a college senior in October 2015, but he has since made a full recovery from that injury.

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