Pitt RB Ray Graham says knee feels good
NEWPORT, R.I. -- When Pitt running back Ray Graham is healthy, there is no question he is among the top players in the Big East.
But we don’t know just how healthy Graham is yet. His first true test begins when Pitt opens camp Sunday as Graham makes his return from a torn ACL in his right knee.
Graham says his knee feels good, but coach Paul Chryst prefers to be cautious with his star player and won’t rush him back too quickly. Graham will open camp with a non-contact jersey, and then the training staff will take it from there to see how he does.
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