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Ahead of schedule, Broncos' Matt Paradis medically cleared after hip surgeries

By: NICKI JHABVALA, The Denver Post
July 6, 2017 Updated: July 6, 2017 at 8:32 am
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Denver Broncos center, Matt Paradis, 61, lines up against the undefeated New England Patriots in the second half at Sports Authority Field in Denver, Colo., on Sunday, Nov. 29, 2015. THE GAZETTE/ DANIEL OWEN

Denver Broncos center Matt Paradis has been medically cleared after undergoing surgery on both hips earlier this year, putting him well ahead of schedule in his recovery. 9News first reported Paradis’ impending return.

Paradis played every snap of every game the last two seasons, but was held out of the majority of practices late last year because of the pain in his hips.

His agent, Brian McLaughlin, said the problem has been known since Paradis’ college days at Boise State, and was even brought up by a few teams ahead of the NFL draft in 2014, when the Broncos selected him in the sixth round.

Broncos training camp begins July 27.

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