Injured Eagles Safety Nate Allen Says He’ll Be Healthy by This Summer
Despite tearing his patellar tendon in the Eagles’ historic 38-31 victory versus the New York Giants, safety Nate Allen says he’ll be fully healthy by the time summer training camps begin.
Of course, this depends on whether there is an NFL season next year.
Allen says he might not be ready for April’s mini-camps, although he’ll still be able to run by then.
Allen is working on his flexibility and strength at Philly’s NovaCare Complex each day from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
If there is an NFL lockout, he is not allowed to practice with the team.
Allen says he will then hire a personal trainer to keep in shape.
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