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Report: Braxton Miller Cleared to Start Throwing

After sitting out all off 2014 with a shoulder injury, it appears Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller might be finally cleared to start throwing with no limitations.

Bucknuts had a report saying Miller was cleared to start throwing this past Monday.

More from Alex Gleitman of Bucknuts:

Sources close to Ohio State have informed Bucknuts/247Sports that Buckeyes’ QB Braxton Miller has been fully cleared to throw the football as of this past Monday (June 8) with no limitations on his surgically repaired shoulder.
The news comes on the heels of reports that Miller had a “minor setback” a few weeks ago during workouts, having a little bit of pain in his throwing shoulder. Sources have confirmed that it was nothing more than some normal soreness, and since then Urban Meyer has come out and stated that he expects Miller to be healthy and ready to compete for the starting quarterback job this year.

However, the Bill Rabinowitz of the Columbus Dispatch, says those reports may be premature.

Here is what he had to Tweet:

Miller is firmly entrenched in a QB battle as he is fighting with J.T. Barrett and Cardale Jones for the right to be the Buckeyes’ quarterback. It should be noted that Meyer said Miller was “in the best shape he’s ever been in his life” a few weeks back when he confirmed Miller was staying with the Buckeyes.

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