PHILADELPHIA (WIS) - Former South Carolina star and current Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Alshon Jeffery is on the mend.
According to NFL.com, Jeffery underwent successful surgery on Wednesday to repair a torn rotator cuff.
Jeffery ended the season with 57 catches, 789 receiving yards, and a team-high nine touchdowns this season. That includes Jeffery's three catches for 73 yards and his 34-yard touchdown catch in Super Bowl LII.
This was Jeffery's first season with the Eagles. He signed a one-year deal with Philadelphia before receiving a four-year extension near the end of the regular season.
The 28-year-old Jeffery has played 79 games during his career in the NFL. Over the last six seasons, he's collected 361 catches for 5,338 yards and 35 touchdowns.