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Jeremy Maclin    WR   Philadelphia Eagles
 
Maclin relayed to CSN's Geoff Mosher that he believes he is fully recovered from the knee injury he suffered last July.

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Rob Gronkowski    TE   New England Patriots
 
Gronkowski -- who tore his ACL this past December -- was present this week when the Patriots opened their voluntary offseason workout program, the Boston Herald reports.

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Cecil Shorts    WR   Jacksonville Jaguars
 
Shorts continues to bounce back from groin surgery that he underwent in December, the Florida Times-Union reports. "Iím on the right path where I'm able to run without any pain," Shorts said. "I still have some work to do and I'm not 100 percent yet, but I'm looking to get there soon. Now, I have to get my strength back and confidence back."

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Victor Cruz    WR   New York Giants
 
Cruz indicates at this stage that the knee he injured this past December is 100 percent, ESPN.com reports.

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Doug Martin    RB   Tampa Bay Buccaneers
 
Martin (shoulder) was fully cleared in advance of the Bucs' three-day voluntary minicamp, the Tampa Bay Times reports.

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Cody Latimer    WR   Free Agent
 
ESPN's Mel Kiper said he would be "shocked" if Latimer did not get drafted in the first round, the San Diego Union-Tribune's Michael Gehlken reports.

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Malcom Floyd    WR   San Diego Chargers
 
Floyd (neck) 'looks good' at Chargers workouts according to Philip Rivers, the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

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Floyd, who is attempting to come back from the potentially career-ending neck injury that he sustained on September 15, has been cleared to run and do light weightlifting, but has not returned to full football activities yet. "Hopefully, he can keep progressing, and we'll see where he stands, if he's ready to roll or not," said Rivers. "You'd hate for it to end the way it did. Hopefully, he's back rolling. He looks good and himself from all I've seen." Nice words from the quarterback, but looking good while running in shorts is a lot different than being able to actually play football. Floyd and his doctors must weigh the risk of re-injury before deciding if he will be able to get back on the field.
Lance Dunbar    RB   Dallas Cowboys
 
Dunbar says he's fully recovered from last season's knee injury, the Dallas Morning News reports.

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The Cowboys running back situation is still unsettled behind DeMarco Murray, as Joseph Randle did little as a rookie to show he deserves to be the top backup. A healthy Dunbar could be poised to see a fair number of snaps in 2014, but he'll need to prove himself in camp first.
Ray Rice    RB   Baltimore Ravens
 
Rice, who is emphasizing speed over bulk this offseason, has impressed the Ravens' strength and conditioning coach with his work at the voluntary offseason program, the team's official website reports.

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Eli Manning    QB   New York Giants
 
Manning, who underwent arthroscopic ankle surgery on April 10, indicates that he will be ready for action by the start of training camp, the Star-Ledger reports.

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Though Manning was sporting a walking boot Tuesday, he remains confident that he'll be good to go when the Giants open their training camp on July 19. "Iíd think Iíd be safe to say Iíd be 100 percent for the start of training camp," Manning said Tuesday. "The procedure went well. Itís healing quickly. I donít have an exact timetable. This is the first kind of surgery Iíve ever had. Iím going to be smart with it and let it heal fully and make sure I come back 100 percent."
David Wilson    RB   New York Giants
 
Wilson -- who says that his neck is pain-free -- expects to be ready for the Giants' offseason training activities, the Star-Ledger reports.

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Maurice Jones-Drew    RB   Oakland Raiders
 
Jones-Drew indicated that his foot "feels phenomenal" these days, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

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Julio Jones    WR   Atlanta Falcons
 
Jones, who is recovering from foot surgery, continues to progress as he works with the Falcons' training staff, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. "Julio is participating with our athletic performance department," coach Mike Smith noted Tuesday. "With (trainer) Marty Lauzon and his group. He will be able to get out on the field and do some walkthrough stuff with us when we start going."

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Meanwhile, the continued focus is ensuring that the star wideout is good to go to start the regular season and things seem to be trending in the right direction on that front. "He's progressing well," Smith added, without immediately detailing Jones' projected preseason activity. "We're not going to do anything to hinder his timeframe in terms of getting back to work with us."
EJ Manuel    QB   Buffalo Bills
 
Manuel, who underwent a knee procedure in January, was a full participant Tuesday as the Bills opened their offseason workouts, ESPN.com reports.

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While the voluntary workouts are limited to strength and conditioning work, the important thing to note here is that Manuel appears past his knee issue. "No limitations," said Manuel, who missed the final two games of the 2013 season with a sprained LCL. "I feel great." Looking ahead to the coming season, Manuel will have an intriguing new wideout target to throw to in former Buccaneer Mike Williams, plus there's a solid chance that the team will also upgrade at tight end in next month's NFL draft.