Found March 19, 2013 on Fox Sports:
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Running back Marcus Lattimore plans to show off the progress in his injured right knee at South Carolina's pro day next week. Lattimore told The Associated Press on Tuesday he's still about a month away from getting the green light for full-out sprints, yet may catch a few passes an lift weights for NFL personnel attending the session on March 27. Lattimore hurt his right knee against Tennessee in a horrific injury last October. He dislocated his knee and tore several ligaments as he was tackled on a carry late in the first half. Lattimore had surgery the next month and then gave up his final year of college by declaring for the NFL Draft in December. Ever since, Lattimore has trained in Pensacola, Fla., at the Andrews Intstitute and Athletes Performance facilities. ''I feel like I can do just about anything as I could before,'' Lattimore said. He made that case to NFL teams at last month's scouting combine in Indianapolis. He spent about three or fou...
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