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49ers running back Kendall Hunter believes he’ll be ready to go for training camp as he continues to rehab after tearing his Achilles last season.
“Absolutely,” he told CSNBayArea.com. “I feel like I can do anything and everything. It’s whatever the trainers and the coaches want.”
Hunter is making sure he sticks to what the trainers tell him to do.
“It’s going well,” Hunter said. “I’m doing everything. I’m just keeping it to whatever the trainers want. I’m listening to what they’re saying, and doing whatever they say I can do.”
Hunter was having a very good year in 2012 before he tore his Achilles. Hopefully he can pick up where he left off this season.
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