NFL: Great news! New Orleans recovered Michael Thomas from the disabled list

The New Orleans Saints they have recovered what was their best wide receiver, michael thomaswho has left the PUP list after recovering from an ankle injury.

This injury, which required surgerymade him miss the entire 2021 campaign of the National Football League (NFL), needing more time than expected to fully rehabilitate.

Journalist Nick Underhill of revealed that Thomas was seen Wednesday at the Saints’ training camp, participating in individual exercises and running routes without defensive cover, which is great news, just over a month after start the 2022 NFL season.

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In what was also his first interaction with the media in over a year, Thomas was pleased to be back with his teammates, regaining his fitness for the start of the season.

I am very confident. Even the year I played, I was injured and I was still helping this team win games and move the chains. I was literally on an ankle. My ankle was the same as when I had to go in for surgery. Same injury earlier in the season, but I played with it. I got over that and I’m happy to be heading in the right direction now.Thomas commented.

Until before the injury, Michael Thomas was the best receiver in the NFL, having won 3 consecutive selections to Pro Bowl2 to the first team All-Proin addition to being named the Offensive Player of the Year in 2019.

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Thomas is also a 2-time receiving leader, doing so in 2018 and 2019, as well as a one-time receiving yards leader in 2019, the year he set the all-time record for most receptions with 149.

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NFL: Great news! New Orleans recovered Michael Thomas from the disabled list