Kansas City Chiefs' Steve Breaston won't need knee surgery

Remember the knee surgery that Kansas City Chiefs receiver Steve Breaston was thinking about having?

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Turns out that Breaston was dealing with knee inflammation and won't need to go under the knife. A source close to Breaston says he was advised he "didn't need it. He's fine."

The free-agent wideout had been considering undergoing Regenokine treatment in Germany, a procedure that proved successful for such athletes as Alex Rodriguez.

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