GAINESVILLE -- University of Florida redshirt senior Dorian Munroe recently had minor surgery to repair the meniscus in his right knee, the same knee that underwent surgery to rebuild his anterior-cruciate ligament last year. Florida coach Urban Meyer said on Monday that Munroe's surgery repaired damaged knee cartilage.
Munroe, a Miami native, was a projected starter last season before tearing his ACL during fall training camp. This latest setback will sideline Munroe four to five weeks, according to a university spokesman. Munroe is a back-up strong safety behind Ahmad Black.