FLOWERY BRANCH, GA - Michael Turner is giving himself a clean bill of health.
The two-time Pro Bowl running back played last season with an injured groin, but still led the NFC with 1,371 yards rushing.
Turner had surgery during the offseason and rehabbed during the NFL lockout, but reported no problems after three days of training camp.
Turner said Sunday: "It was something I had to push through last year."
Turner's production last year was in line with his first two Atlanta seasons. He ran for 71 first downs, third-best in the league. His 694 yards rushing after contact ranked fourth.