The news keeps getting better and better for Isaac Griffith.

Less than a week after he nearly drowned and, as a precautionary measure, was placed in a medically-induced coma, the Indiana wide receiver was sent home to Indiana from the Florida hospital Sunday. Tuesday, Griffith’s head coach indicated that the player is expected to be able to resume his playing career, perhaps as early as voluntary summer workouts a handful of months down the road.

“It looks like, in time, he’ll make a complete recovery,” Kevin Wilson told the Indianapolis Star. “Not only a normal lifestyle, but I think a normal athletic lifestyle where he can participate and play. I know he wants to get back to normal and play as soon as he can.”