"You have to pay a little bit more attention to that leg," Goff said about the patellar tendon graft removed from his left (healthy) knee. "They're just taking out a chunk from your knee, so it's not the best feeling in the world. But since the beginning, it has been strong and sturdy. It's just that there's a fair amount of pain management and soft-tissue work that you got to do to keep it moving."
"I wouldn't say it's mentally taxing or frustrating at all," he said. "As a football player, the longer you play, the more you're going to have to do in the offseason to keep yourself healthy throughout the entire season. And even then, with the NFL being a 100 percent injury rate, nothing is guaranteed."