Breaston considering knee procedure

Receiver ponders German operation to combat inflammation. Terry McCormick

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Former Cardinals and Chiefs receiver Steve Breaston has made visits to the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns this week but did not sign with either team.

There were initial reports that the Detroit Lions and Tennessee Titans had voiced some interest, but now a new development has emerged.

Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Breastson is considering an unusual German procedure to relieve inflammation in the knee. That procedure involves blood being taken from the patient and turned into a serum to then be injected back into the area to relieve the inflammation.

The procedure has been used by baseball star Alex Rodriguez and basketball stars Kobe Bryant and Grant Hill.

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