GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) - After missing the first two weeks for undisclosed personal reasons, John Abraham has arrived at Arizona Cardinals training camp.
Coach Bruce Arians says Abraham underwent a physical Thursday morning and would work with the team's training staff in the afternoon.
The 36-year-old outside linebacker was arrested in suburban Atlanta in late June on a drunken driving charge. Last week, in a statement released by the team, he apologized to his family, friends, the Cardinals and his fans.
He said that he was taking steps to deal with his ''personal business.''
The five-time Pro Bowl player is the NFL's active career sacks leader with 133 1/2 and ranks ninth on the league's all-time list. He had 11 1/2 sacks last year, his first season with the Cardinals.
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