Dolphins’ Brown says he’s ahead of schedule

Nearly three months after he had surgery to repair a Lisfranc fracture in his right foot, much of Dolphins RB Ronnie Brown‘s recovery is still up in the air. He hasn’t started jogging and doesn’t know if he’ll be able to participate in offseason team organized activities, but Brown told the South Florida Sun Sentinel that he’s ahead of schedule in his return and is optimistic he’ll be cleared by the start of training camp.

“I know I want to be in training camp,” Brown said. “I think that’s a goal that’s very, very attainable.”

Brown, who had surgery on Nov. 20, said he has been relying on the experience of other players who have had the surgery, including Dolphins teammates Will Allen and Donald Thomas.

“There’s a big list of guys that have had it,” Brown said. “They say once you heal up, everything is fine. You don’t want to push it too hard, but at the same time you want to push it enough to make sure you’re doing everything that will make it heal up.”

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