Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer has been cleared for training camp, according to Ohio.com.
Despite suffering a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee last October after he led the Browns to back-to-back wins, Hoyer said he has been cleared to practice without limitations when training camp begins July 26.
“[I’ll be] practicing full go, so it’s exciting for me,” Hoyer said. “It’s something I’ve worked really hard to get back to, and I’m just looking forward to getting going.
“It feels good to know that I put the work in and now it’s time to go. You don’t think about it. You just go out and play football.”
Hoyer was asked if he’ll be fully practicing every day.
“It hasn’t been discussed yet,” Hoyer said. “All I know is that when I left [minicamp June 12] and I was begging them to let me practice, they said once training camp comes there won’t be any limitations, so we’ll see how it goes and take it day-by-day. Obviously, we’re going to see how the knee’s feeling, but I’m geared up and ready to go and excited.”