Marqise Lee was unable to replicate the success of his first two collegiate seasons at USC, partly due to injuries he dealt with all year long.
Naturally, Lee was disappointed when he injured his wrist early on in OTAs. What was a scary sight at first has turned out for the best for Lee, who avoided anything serious.
"I am 100 percent now, and it feels good," Lee told Yahoo! Sports. "The wrist is fine. It hurt a little at first, but it was just one of those things. I can move it fine, and I am ready to go."
Lee was taken in the second round of this past NFL draft. With Justin Blackmon likely out for the season in Jacksonville, Lee will have a chance to be a starter in Week 1.
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