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Recovering from multiple fractures
Richardson clarified that his season-ending injury in 2018 included multiple fractures to the clavicle in his right shoulder, which required the insertion of a plate during surgery in early November, Jake Kring-Schreifels of the Redskins' official site reports.
Agrees to help cap situation
Reports to workouts in great shape
Endorsed by GM
Aims to stay on the field
Bouncing back from rib issue
Optimistic about staff overhaul
Hooper said Wednesday that he looks forward to working with new tight ends coach Mike Mularkey in 2019, D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Will don knee brace in 2019
Decision looming for 2020 option
Feeling 100 percent
Allen noted Tuesday that his throwing elbow feels perfectly fine entering offseason workouts, The Buffalo News reports. "No, no consideration. Obviously in the offseason, I met with [a physical trainer] to go over everything because it compounds throughout the season," Allen said. "I did some therapy on [the elbow] for the first couple weeks, and after that I started throwing. No problems at all."
Range of motion increasing
Ready for voluntary workouts
Uncertain future with New York
Ready to go
Active in weight-lifting session
Neal (knee) was seen lifting weights Wednesday during the Falcons' voluntary workouts, D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Participating in voluntary workouts
Set for offseason program
May not be cap casualty
Contract terms clarified
Getting a chance with new coaches
Down to 221 pounds
In good spot with recovery
Tries out for Bengals
Has visit with Buffalo