Saints' Andrus Peat: Expects to be healthy for camp
Peat (lower leg) is expected to be fully healthy for training camp, John Katzenstein of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. "It's getting better," Peat said, of his surgically repaired left fibula. "I'm taking [my recovery] day by day, and my goal is to be back for training camp, so that's kind of what [the Saints] set for me and I feel like I'm on schedule."
Peat suffered the injury during the Saints' playoff victory over the Panthers in January and couldn't walk for eight weeks after undergoing the procedure. Look for more updates on Peat's status to come once training camp kicks off in late July.
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