New Vikings OL Schwartz to get sports hernia surgery

New Vikings offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz is expected to miss most or all of the preseason because of a sports hernia that will require minor surgery. The former Carolina Panthers starter, who joined the Vikings in March, got his diagnosis from a Twin Cities specialist after having trouble changing direction in practices.
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New Vikings offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz is expected to miss most or all of the preseason because of a sports hernia that will require minor surgery. The former Carolina Panthers starter, who joined the Vikings in March, got his diagnosis from a Twin Cities specialist after having trouble changing direction in practices.

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