Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller is now expected to be able to legitimately compete for the starting job this summer. According to 247Sports, the Buckeyes senior has been fully cleared since this past Monday to resume throwing the ball with no restrictions. Miller injured his right shoulder against Clemson in January of 2014, and re-injured that same shoulder during practice before the 2014 campaign even began. Both injuries required reconstructive surgery.
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Miller will take on both J.T. Barrett and Cardale Jones at camp this summer for the rights to the starting job. It should be one of the most riveting position battles we've seen in quite some time.