Chargers Running Back Melvin Gordon Shows Off His Healthy Knee in Agility Drill Video

San Diego Chargers running back Melvin Gordon's knee looks fine in these impressive agility workout videos.

San Diego Chargers second-year running back Melvin Gordon suffered a misfortune during his rookie year. During Week 15 against the Miami Dolphins, he injured his knee and had to sit out the rest of the year. Gordon played 14 games, ran for only 641 yards and had zero touchdowns that season.

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Gordon was the 15th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, and people were expecting a lot from the former Wisconsin Badger. Unfortunately, Gordon could not immediately deliver. But "Flash" Gordon has been working out hard, and he looks ready to go for this season.

Gordon is training in Houston with Rischad Whitfield, better known on Twitter as the "Footwork King." Whitfield has Gordon making crazy cuts with cone and ladder drills. At the end of the drills in the first video, Whitfield throws balls at Gordon, forcing him to make multiple several quick moves to avoid being hit. In the second video, Gordon works on agility moves that will help him get more yards after contact.

Check out Gordon's crazy agility in the video below.

 


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