Saints cornerback Tracy Porter and wide receiver Marques Colston have returned to practice after both having been sidelined by injuries. Porter, who is recovering from offseason microfracture surgery on his left knee, said...

"I was more than ready,"..."It was more psychological than anything. ... Getting back out there, reacting to the receivers running routes, you're going to have that little doubt in your mind. But I went to the sideline and talked to one of the trainers and he was like, `Man, you look good. Just don't think about the knee. Go out and play.' That's what I did."
Colston, who was sidelined by swelling around his surgically repaired right kneecap, said...

"It's just going to be a matter of managing it and getting it football-ready,"... "Going from a lot of straight line running and lifting, it's totally different when you get on the field and start running routes. You get your body in situations you really can't train for. I'm transitioning back into that and it shouldn't be an issue moving forward."

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