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The authors report the following potential conflicts of interest or sources of funding: H.S.S. reports research support from Arthrex for the use of Fibertag implants for quadriceps tendon ACL grafts. B.C.B. reports consulting fees from Stryker Sports Medicine. He also reports that he is president of Texas Society of Sports Medicine and the President Elect of the Texas Orthopedic Association. C.N. reports consulting fees from Guidepoint Consulting, Arthrex, Inc., and Vericel, Inc.; meeting travel support from AO International and Arthrex; and board or committee membership of the Arthroscopy Journal, AANA, AOSSM, and AAOS. Full ICMJE author disclosure forms are available for this article online, as supplementary material.