OXFORD, Miss. (AP) -Mississippi defensive end Greg Hardy should be ready for the start of the preseason after a car accident 10 years ago.
Hardy was nearing the end of rehabilitation after a second surgery to repair a broken bone in his right foot when the accident aggravated the injury again.
The preseason first-team all-SEC selection will be in a walking boot for two more weeks, but trainer Tim Mullins said Monday in a news release that Hardy will continue therapy on an underwater treadmill with no setback.
Hardy was hurt July 11 when he and teammate Dexter McCluster were hit by another driver near Pontotoc, Miss. Neither was seriously hurt, but Hardy's Cadillac caught fire and completely burned.

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