Jonathan Cooper has said that he is "turning the corner" in his recovery from a broken leg.
The 24-year-old told the team's website: "Honestly, [rehab is] not too bad. Otherwise there would be no structure to my day and who knows what I'd be doing. With this, I get my rehab, and since I'm here I'm guaranteed to get a lift in and some running, too. It's good to stay in shape and stay around football.
"It's going very well. I feel like I'm turning the corner. They're starting to cut me loose on the lower-body stuff, a little bit of agility. The straight-line stuff, that's pretty good to go for the most part. I'm in a good spot and we still have plenty of time left."
Cooper was the highest-drafted offensive guard since the New Orleans Saints selected Jim Dombrowski with the sixth pick in 1986.