Browns running back Trent Richardson reported to training camp healthy and has already been working with the club's rookies.
Richardson was held out of the team's spring practices with a shin injury, his latest medical setback. He missed the exhibition season last year following knee surgery and played most of his rookie season with two broken ribs.
Browns coach Rob Chudzinski said Monday that Richardson "has been full go" and has "looked good" while practicing with the team's first-year players, who reported Friday. Richardson will not be limited in training camp, Chudzinski said.
Despite not being 100 percent, Richardson started 15 games and rushed for 950 yards and 11 touchdowns last season. He also had 51 receptions for 367 yards and one TD.
The Browns will have their first full-squad practice Thursday.