It’s a long shot since he’ll be right at the seven-month mark out of surgery and ACL tears take 7-9 months to heal, but John DiGiorgio is hopeful he’ll able to do some limited work come mid-June.
“If I think I can go and they allow me to go then great, but I think I’ll be mostly working with the trainers and doing some individual position work,” DiGiorgio told Buffalobills.com. “But as far as team work it depends on how I feel in terms of their plans for me.”
DiGiorgio and the trainers have taken a methodical approach to the rehab and there’s no reason they would rush things to jeopardize the progress the LB has made. As DiGiorgio pointed out the main goal is training camp. To read more on his progress go to the home page.
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