Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Anthony Dixon rehabbing surgically repaired knee

Anthony Dixon is trying get healthy so he can be reunited with his former offensive coordinator.

The Buffalo Bills tailback, who tallied 432 yards and a pair of scores last season, has begun rehabbing his knee after recently undergoing surgery for a partially torn meniscus--which he played through in 2014, via ESPN.

When he gets back on the field, Dixon will be working under Greg Roman, who was also offensive coach during his time with the San Francisco 49ers.

Dixon signed a three-year contract in 2014, per Rotoworld.

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