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April 01, 2006

Fox: Foster, Jenkins expected 100 percent for camp

ORLANDO - The two biggest injury question marks for the Panthers, running back DeShaun Foster and defensive tackle Kris Jenkins, are expected to be 100 percent healthy for the start of training camp in July, coach John Fox said during this week’s NFL meetings in Orlando.

Jenkins is recovering from ACL surgery on his knee, and Foster is coming back from a broken fibula. Both are taking part in the team’s offseason program, which started this week.

"They’re on target as far as their rehab,’’ Fox said. "It’ll be touch and go as far as whether they’re ready for our minicamp after the draft. Everybody will have some work to do in the offseason program, whether it’s rehab or actual work, they’re all on schedule.’’

Posted by Observer Sports on April 1, 2006 at 01:43 PM | Permalink


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