Wide receiver Brad Starks, who underwent surgery in April to repair a sprained AC joint in his right shoulder, will undergo another procedure on June 21 to remove a screw that was inserted at that time. "Then [we will] progress his activity levels slowly," Kerns said in the statement.
A trio of offensive lineman also has issues to overcome.
Braun and Barclay are "doing everything in progression" at this point in the summer with the lone exception of the overhead press exercise, which isolates and strains the shoulder muscles.
Their teammate along the front five, Josh Jenkins, has fully recovered from the MCL sprain he sustained during the Gold-Blue Spring Game at the conclusion of practices in April.
However, Kerns said Jenkins' patella issue remains "unresolved."
At the time of Jenkins' injury, an MRI showed a strain of the medial retinaculum, which holds the patella in place so it will not dislocate laterally. No timetable or course of action was delineated in Kerns' statement.