Former Alabama safety Landon Collins told Newsday’s Tom Rock that he plans on participating in June minicamp with the New York Giants, despite having undergone a second surgery on his broken right arm in April.
However, the former Tide All-American noted that he would let the coaching staff and medical personnel make the decision on when to return, according to Rock.
Collins added that he’s been able to run while his arm heals and expects to be “cleared in a few weeks,” according to Rock.
The two-time Pro Bowl safety started in every game for the Giants during his first three NFL seasons before experiencing a broken arm in Week 16 of the 2017 season.
Collins, who was selected 33rd overall in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft, is currently in the final year of his $6.1 million rookie contract.