Eagles rookie safety Nate Allen said he'll be ready to play by the time training camp rolls around -- if there is a training camp.
Allen, recovering from a torn patella tendon, said he will be "100 percent" by the time training camp is usually held, late July.
He might not be ready by mini-camps -- again, if those happen -- but will be ready to run and cut by that time, which is usually around April.
Allen is right now working on his flexibility and strength -- doing body-weight squats and walking in a pool -- at the NovaCare complex. He's there from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.