Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Brandon Graham underwent surgery on his right ankle recently, ESPN's Tim McManus reported Tuesday, and Graham might miss all of the Eagles' organized team activities.
The surgery was performed to promote healing of a high ankle sprain that Graham suffered on Dec. 25 against the Oakland Raiders.
Despite the injury, Graham played in all three of the Eagles' postseason games, and he had a strip-sack on New England quarterback Tom Brady in the Super Bowl.
Graham, 30, started 18 games, including all three playoff games, for the Eagles in 2017. He had 47 tackles, a career-high 9.5 sacks and two forced fumbles during the regular season.