WESTLAKE, Ohio (AP) - Browns right tackle Ryan Tucker says he
has recovered from the mental disorder that sidelined him last
season and plans to rejoin Cleveland this year.
Tucker says he's doing well emotionally and physically and plans
on reclaiming his starting job on the Browns offensive line.
He made an appearance this weekend at a gym in Westlake and
spoke publicly for the first time since leaving the Browns in
November as he battled an undisclosed mental disorder.
Tucker declined to reveal details about his disorder, but said
he's doing well. He thanked family, friends, teammates, Browns
coaches and team owner Randy Lerner for their support.
Tucker has played ten seasons in the N-F-L.