[FOX Sports] Trent Green’s stay on the sidelines if officially over.
The Chiefs Pro Bowl quarterback told FOXSports.com Tuesday evening that he has been cleared by doctors to return to practice, which he’ll do Wednesday.
“They gave me full clearance,” Green said in his first interview after being cleared late Tuesday. “I haven’t spoken to coach yet about it so I don’t know what my role will be but I’m ready to do whatever they need.”
When asked if he has any trepidation about getting a hit, Green sounded confident in the amount of time he was given to heal.
“I have no concerns at all, none,” he said. “I’ve felt pretty good the last few weeks. The organization really handled it great. They let me take my time and they covered all the bases. Nobody ever tried to rush me back in. They all made sure I was right before allowing me to do too much.”
Green says he has no idea how much or when he’ll play. He is expected to meet with Edwards and Damon Huard in the morning to discuss their gameplan.