Albert McClellan is no longer using crutches and did not limp in the locker room at the Ravens training facility in Owings Mills last week. The linebacker, who sat out the entire season because of a torn ACL in his knee during a noncontact drill in a training camp practice Aug. 23, said his recovery is going smoothly.
“My body, I’m up there,” the seven-year veteran said. “Everything feels good. No complaints. The rehab is going great. So I really can’t put a percentage on it. I just know that I’m on schedule.”
So does this mean that McClellan, 31, will be ready to participate in offseason workouts in the spring? He pumped the brakes on making any such commitment.