Shonn Greene's first season with the Titans was far less than what he, and the team had hoped for when he was signed to a free agent deal before last season.
A knee injury limited Greene to 11 games with 77 carries and 295 yards, the lowest season total of his five year NFL career.
There has been speculation that Greene could be in jeopardy of losing his roster spot if his knee, which held him out of OTA's and mini-camp was still a problem.
That concern was at least partially put to rest today when Titans head coach Ken Whisenhunt met with the media.
According to Whisenhunt, Greene was able to complete his conditioning test and suffered no swelling on his surgically repaired knee.
Whisnehunt said that the team would monitor Greene and his workload during camp and the preseason, but they believe that Greene is ready to resume at least a partial workload early on in camp.