There were a number of recurring leg ailments that slowed Bills CB Terrence McGee each of the last two seasons. He played in all of 20 games the last two seasons and several of those he played hurt. A nerve problem in his league largely compromised his 2010 season, but all of that is behind him now as he preps for 2011.
“I feel good,” said McGee upon arriving at One Bills Drive. “The lockout gave me a lot of time to rest with the surgeries and everything I had. I believe I am back. We’ll see as far as the conditioning. I’ve been working out, but doing that on your own can be different. As far as my legs feel they’re fine.”
McGee said the nerve problem in his leg that prevented him from driving off of it is a thing of the past and something that he hasn’t had an issue with since December.
Getting McGee back in the lineup regularly would be a welcome sight for Chan Gailey and secondary coach George Catavolos. We’ll see how he fares as camp practices open on Saturday.
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