New Buffalo Bills cornerback Vontae Davis might not be at full speed for the team's first spring workouts.
Davis, who agreed to a one-year contract with the Bills earlier this week, told local media in Buffalo on Friday that he might have to ease into the offseason conditioning program while he continues to come back from groin surgery.
"Right now, I'm still rehabbing," said Davis, per the team's official website. "I was cleared two weeks ago. It's a process. I'm still doing a lot of strengthening work. I'm not sure about the spring, yet. I'll probably be limited, but right now I'm making progress in my rehab process.
"I'm back training. I'm cleared to do everything. It's just a process with the strengthening work and everything."
Davis was medically cleared last month following groin surgery that was performed late last season. He made 21 tackles in five games prior to being released by the Indianapolis Colts on Nov. 9.
A Pro Bowl selection in 2014 and 2015, Davis has collected 395 tackles, 22 interceptions and 2.0 sacks over 120 career games with Miami and the Colts since being selected by the Dolphins with the 25th overall pick of the 2009 NFL Draft.