PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Paul James plans to be back for training camp at 100 percent after tearing his ACL and undergoing surgery last month. Speaking during the bye week, James remains positive about his future after another long-term injury. He spoke about the need to stay positive and help the younger running backs finish the season strong.
Paul James spoke for the first time since his ACL surgery, and is up-beat and intense about his rehabilitation.
The impact Rutgers running back plans to be 100 percent by 2015 training camp, where he could line up against younger brother Ronnie James -- a cornerback commitment.
James addressed his mindset and injury recovery during the bye week.