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Colorado State quarterback Garrett Grayson could reportedly return from his clavicle surgery by Oct. 27, when they face the Hawaii Warriors.
According to the Denver Post, Colorado State head coach Jim McElwain has said that quarterback Garrett Grayson could be back with the Rams by the end of their bye week after getting surgery on his clavicle.
Grayson had surgery only last week and is guaranteed to miss CSU's game against the San Diego State Aztecs. Following that, though, the team has a bye week and Grayson is reportedly recovering quite well from the injury. That could leave him available to play against the Hawaii Warriors on Oct. 27. At the very least, coach McElwain seemed optimistic that Grayson would at least be back in action by the end of the season.
Coming back that quickly would mean Grayson would miss only two games and three weeks of time with the Rams.
So far during his sophomore year at CSU, Grayson has thrown for 885 yards and seven touchdowns, also adding a touchdown on the ground.