MOBILE, Ala. — Raekwon McMillan lost his entire rookie season to a knee injury, but there is positive news on the horizon.
“He’s right on, or ahead of schedule,” Dolphins general manager Chris Grier said Wednesday. “That’s from the coaching staff, the trainers. He’s in the meetings all the time. Just talking about how he is and how is approach has been. He should be out there and ready to go in May, out there doing everything and 100 percent.”
The Dolphins have said quarterback Ryan Tannehill, who also lost all of season due to a knee injury, and rehabilitated alongside McMillan, is also on track to return this spring.
The Dolphins used their second-round pick on McMillan, who was replaced at times by Chase Allen and Rey Maualuga last season.
This week, several Ohio State Buckeyes defensive players at the Senior Bowl that they were not surprised the Dolphins planned to have McMillan call plays as a 21-year-old rookie.