Two weeks of OTAs, and Malcolm Kelly did not have a setback with his left knee. It’s progress for the 2nd-year WR. After a lost 2008 season, Kelly is ready to be a regular presence at training camp this year. “My knee feels good,” Kelly said after OTAs wrapped up on June 11. “It has not swelled up on me at all. It’s not even aching.” Kelly was full-go during practices and his confidence improved as he leaped up for balls and landed without any pain his knee. “I knew once I left my feet for the first time, jumping up to get some balls, that I was back to where I needed to be,” Kelly said. “It’s reacting well. I just need to take care of it this summer and then go hard when training camp starts.”
Kelly had arthroscopic knee surgery again last January. He hopes the procedure, as well as continued maintenance of the knee, keeps the injury from flaring up again.