"The doctors' report was, and I don't want to say anything is routine, but it was extremely positive," said Davis. "The muscle was not frayed. All they had to do was reattach the tendon ... It was a very clean reattachment , as opposed to Ross Verba's, which was a lot more complicated."
Verba, who was scheduled to be the Browns starting left tackle, missed the entire season after rupturing a biceps tendon in the preseason finale.
Chad Beasley, who fractured his fibula in two places Monday night also had surgery. The rookie offensive linemen's right leg is expected to be healed by the mid-spring.