Secondary coach Dave Campo had surgery in March to repair a herniated disc but he participated in the first rookie workout this morning.
When asked how he felt, Campo said: "Good, real good. I’m a little sore, it’s going to take a while, had pretty extensive work done, so, for me, I’m looking at maybe 2-3 months, it’s already been 6-7 weeks, looking at 3-4 months before you really feel like you can do anything. All I’m doing now is some neck exercises, so it’s a little sore.”
Campo said he has toned down his wild sideline act while continuing to recuperate from the surgery.
“I’m excited to be back out here,” he said. “I’m not doing a whole lot, doing more talking than anything else, I told them today, ‘Hey, I’m a crazy SOB but just wait until we get to training camp.’”
-- Jan Hubbard