Deshaun Watson injury update

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Clemson quarterback Deshaun WatsonDeshaun Watson
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says the rehabilitation on his surgically repaired left knee is "going good" and he thinks he will be 100 percent by the start of fall camp.

In an interview with Aaron Cheslock of Fox Carolina for a series that will run next week, Watson talked about the rehab.

"The knee is doing great," Watson said. "I rehab every day, and every day is just a grind. It’s been very frustrating from time to time just sitting out and watching my team go out there and knowing I’ve put in all the work. But that adversity kind of put me in a different perspective and now I look at the game a different way. I learned to really respect my time and cherish these moments I have."

Watson suffered a torn ACL late in the season but played with the injury and beat South Carolina in the regular season finale. He will miss spring practice but head coach Dabo Swinney thinks Watson will be ready for summer workouts.

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