Stevie Brown believes his surgically repaired knee is fully healthy, and he’s not expecting to be limited at all in training camp later this month.

The Giants safety, who tore his ACL in preseason against the Jets last year, expects to be able to practice fully.

“It’s not a thing at all,” Brown said Tuesday, before serving as a coach at Ravens defensive tackle Chris Canty’s annual youth football camp at George Washington HS. “I trust it 100 percent.
“I’ll probably go every single day (in training camp),” he added. “But I have to listen to the trainers and coaches.”

The Giants have seen several key players bid to return from serious knee injuries in recent years, with varying degrees of success. Tight end Travis Beckum, injured in Super Bowl XLVI, never factored for the Giants again. Receiver Domenik Hixon, however, had a solid year after returning from a second career ACL tear in 2012.

Most recently, corner Terrell Thomas returned from a second straight ACL tear (and the third of his football career) to survive the entire 2013 season. But the Giants treated Thomas with care throughout the season, routinely resting him in both training camp and the regular season to preserve his battered knee.

Brown said he doesn’t expect to need any of that treatment.