Zach Miller of the Chicago Bears has surgery to save leg after injury against Saints

  • Tight end landed awkwardly after attempting catch on Sunday
  • Surgeons attempt to repair damage to artery in 33-year-old’s left leg

The Chicago Bears tight end Zach Miller has undergone emergency surgery to save his left leg after suffering a severe injury during his team’s loss to the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.

Miller dislocated his knee during the third quarter and, according to ESPN, vascular surgeons were called in to repair damage to an artery. They also grafted tissue from his right leg to help with the injury. It is unclear whether the surgery was a success.

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