Found October 28, 2011 on Lions Blog:
Michigan State senior receiver Keshawn Martin is showing what he can do when healthy. He won't say what was ailing him over the first five games of the season. "First couple games of the season, I wasn't really healthy," said Martin, who has four touchdowns in the past two games after going scoreless in the first five.
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