Braxton Miller had surgery on his right shoulder this morning. The Ohio State senior quarterback, who will miss the upcoming season, was operated on by famed sports surgeon Dr. James Andrews.
Miller, who traveled to Florida to get his torn labrum repaired, said he’s all good following the operation in an Instagram post.
Miller, who injured his shoulder during an Ohio State practice last week, will be a captain for the Buckeyes this season despite his inability to play. The Buckeyes’ expected Heisman contender says he plans on redshirting this year and returning to the field for Ohio State in 2015.
Ohio State opens its 2014 season Saturday against Navy in Baltimore.