Dolphins WR Greg Camarillo can turn in his bed without excruciating pain. He's been driving on his own several months since having his left knee surgically rebuilt in December, and is walking without the slightest limp. Camarillo said the ongoing rehabilitation of his surgically repaired anterior cruciate ligament and meniscus started out "painful and slow," but has progressed to the point where he's regained most of the strength in his left leg. He's been running straight ahead for weeks. Up next is building the knee's range of motion. Camarillo, who contributed 55 receptions for 613 yards and two touchdowns in 11 starts last season, will likely continue that task this week during the Dolphins' Organized Training Activities.
WR Camarillo pleased with progress after surgery
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