It was reported earlier this month that Henry Ruggs, the rookie wide receiver for the Las Vegas Raiders, sustained an injury to his thigh in a freak off-the-field situation. According t0 ESPN's Adam Schefter, Ruggs has been recovering fine from his thigh injury.

The rookie wideout apparently suffered the injury while he was helping a friend move. In the scary incident, Ruggs was pinned between a trailer and a car. Something punctured his thigh in the process, causing some concern for the speedy pass-catcher.

Nevertheless, Ruggs received stitches for his wound and luckily, he didn't suffer any muscular damage. Above all, Ruggs is expected to make a full recovery and is slated to be prepared for training camp this offseason.

Nearly two months ago, the Raiders selected Ruggs with the No. 12 in the 2020 NFL Draft. Seeing that the Alabama product was taken before either Jerry Jeudy or CeeDee Lamb, Las Vegas has lofty goals for the first-year wide receiver.

During his time at Alabama, Ruggs prided himself as a vertical threat and an underrated route runner. Ruggs averaged 17.5 yards per receptions and scored a total of 24 touchdowns in his three collegiate seasons. Upon joining the Raiders, he's projected to immediately become the team's No. 1 target for Derek Carr.

It's already been confirmed that the NFL will be holding training camps this offseason, barring an unforeseen change of events. Whenever the Raiders are able to report to camp, Ruggs is expected to be healthy and prepared to prove why he was taken with the Raiders' Round 1 pick.