Two-time Pro Bowl safety Landon Collins said he feels he has "100 percent" recovered from a broken arm and that he is focused on turning the Giants into a top-10 defense heading into a contract year.
The 24-year-old Collins, who underwent two surgeries to repair a broken forearm, said he does not feel limited at all and will not need to wear any protective gear. He first fractured his arm in Week 16 last season but needed a second surgery in April to further repair the injury.
"I guess it's to my discretion and if I feel anything I can pull myself out," Collins said about his participation in training camp, "but most likely like in the offseason, I have been putting a lot of pressure on it. I have been pushing things so I can see where I'm at."