Rookie TE Ingram’s Knee Ready to Go for Training Camp

It appears that the knee of Eagles rookie TE Cornelius Ingram is going to be okay, as the Philadelphia Daily News says he looks good to go for training camp:

Eagles rookie tight end Cornelius Ingram reports that his surgically repaired left knee has had no problems during his summer training. Ingram tore the ACL in a preseason workout last August which caused him to miss Florida’s national championship season and then slid to the fifth round in the NFL draft because of concerns about the injury. The Eagles grabbed Ingram with the 153rd overall pick and he was instantly hailed as one of the “steals” of the draft.

“This summer has just been about getting back out there and getting back into doing the little things like fundamentals, running and catching,” he told the Gainesville Sun. “Everything else has been fine. I’ve been catching on really good with the offense,” he said. “I’ve had the opportunity to be in there and get a lot of reps. My knee has been healthy the entire time. I’ve been getting better every day. I can see that I’m making strides and I feel real good about where I’m at right now.”

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