Elbow Surgery For QB

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Tennessee quarterback Jonathan Crompton underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow and is expected to be ready to workout with the team by early June.

Tennessee athletic trainer Jason McVeigh said in a statement issued Monday after the surgery that Crompton should return to full activity with within three to five weeks.
The procedure was to remove a loose particle in the elbow.
Crompton is slated to start for the Volunteers, replacing the departed Erik Ainge.
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