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TOWSON - Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith has recovered 100 percent after undergoing surgery in February to repair a double sports hernia that he played through last season.

The former University of Maryland star said he's fully cleared for all offseason organized team activities and a June minicamp.

"Yeah, I'm good," Smith said Saturday during Ray Rice Day at Calvert Hall. "I've been running routes. I'm good to go. I'll be doing everything."

Despite the ailment, Smith caught 50 passes for 841 yards and seven touchdowns as a rookie.

When did Smith realize that he could trust his body again?

During his charity basketball game in Virginia and during another basketball game at wide receiver Anquan Boldin's charity event in Florida.

"I played in my basketball game and had like five dunks," Smith said. "I played in Anquan's and had like five dunks."

Unlike a year ago during the NFL lockout where Smith had to work out without the guidance of coaches, the second-year wideout has the benefit now of improving his game at the Ravens' $35 million training complex.

"I'm definitely excited about that and just the growth," Smith said. "The learning curve is over. I'm just ready to try to keep improving and try to get better each and every day."

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