It's been a long time since Titans running back Shonn Greene felt fully healthy going into a game.
Though he played the last 10 contests of the 2013 season after recovering from knee surgery, Greene was never at 100 percent.
That's why he's excited about Saturday's preseason opener against the Green Bay Packers at LP Field. He said he's fully recovered from both knee surgeries he had in the past year.
"I'm good and I'm ready to go, 100 percent," Greene said. "I've worked hard to be back to this point, in rehab and all that. I'm fully confident and ready to go out, compete, execute and help my team win."
Greene is looking to make a big impression, but we think Bishop Sankey emerges as the RB1 for the Titans. Greene will likely still have some role, however, but Sankey is the back to own here after he was first RB to go at his position in the NFL Draft.