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Report: Braxton Miller's Arm Strength Progressing Well As He Works His Way Back From Injury

It's been roughly seven months since Braxton Miller tore his labrum in his throwing shoulder. The Ohio State senior quarterback has been working his way back to full health since then, and it appears he's making good progress. 

The Buckeyes, currently in spring ball, held a scrimmage Saturday afternoon.

Miller, who will battle for the starting QB job with Cardale Jones and J.T. Barrett, was held out of the action. The 6-foot-2, 215-pound dual-threat quarterback got in some work on the side, though. He was reportedly seen throwing 30-yard passes. 

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The quicker Miller can get back, the better chances he'll have to win the starting job.

Ohio State opens its 2015 season Sept. 7 against Virginia Tech.