Cards' Gandy undergoes sports hernia surgery
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) -- Arizona Cardinals left tackle Mike Gandy has undergone surgery to repair a sports hernia.
Coach Ken Whisenhunt says the operation was performed Friday in Philadelphia and the recovery time is expected to be three to six weeks. Whisenhunt says no decision has been made on whether to keep Gandy on the active roster or place him on season-ending injury reserve.
Gandy has been bothered by the injury for several weeks. He missed the Dec. 6 game against Minnesota but came back for the Monday night game against San Francisco. However, Gandy left the game in the third quarter. He has been replaced by Jeremy Bridges.
Gandy had started 31 consecutive games for the Cardinals before missing the Vikings contest.