Posted July 29, 2012 on AP on Fox

JACKSONVILLE, FL - 2009: Terrance Knighton of the Jacksonville Jaguars poses for his 2009 NFL headshot at photo day in Jacksonville, Florida. (Photo by NFL Photos)
Terrance Knighton's vision is nearly back to normal and his waistline is smaller than it's been in years. Both are encouraging signs for the Jacksonville Jaguars. Although Knighton remains on the physically unable to perform list, the run-stuffing defensive tackle has been a pleasant surprise for the Jaguars in training camp. The player nicknamed ''Pot Roast'' showed up weighing ''sub-330 pounds'' and with vision that is closing in on perfect. ''I feel great and I'm just ready to get out there now,'' Knighton said. That's welcome news since there were serious concerns about his health just three months ago. Knighton injured his left eye while trying to break up a bar fight in early April. Knighton was hit on the top of his head with a bottle, which shattered, and a piece of glass cut his eye. The lineman needed staples in his head and stitches in his eye. He temporarily lost vision and required a second eye surgery to remove a cataract that formed for protection. His vision sl...
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