Former Michigan Wolverines defensive tackle Maurice Hurst got some great news recently. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the first-round prospect met with a couple of cardiologists who cleared him to return to all football activities, including Michigan’s Pro Day on Friday:

Michigan’s potential first-round pick Mo Hurst has met with cardiologists at University of Michigan and Harvard, and they have cleared him to resume playing football, per league source. Hurst will do a full workout at Michigan’s pro day on Friday.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 22, 2018

Hurst was medically flagged at the NFL Combine a few weeks ago after tests revealed a heart irregularity. He was diagnosed with an unspecified heart condition and was not able to run drills in Indianapolis, causing several analysts to wonder whether his NFL career was in danger.

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