Checking in on Maclin's knee
June, 17, 2014
By Tom Carpenter | ESPN Insider
The typical recovery time for a football player working his way back from a torn ACL is nine to 12 months. Jeremy Maclin underwent his reconstructive knee surgery on Aug. 6 last year, which means that he should be fully recovered right around the time the Philadelphia Eagles begin training camp in late July -- but he's not quite there just yet.