Cleveland Browns wide receiver Nate Burleson fractured his left arm during the team's recent minicamp and will be out until training camp.
Burleson's agent, Ken Sarnoff confirmed an ESPN report of Burleson's injury.
"He will be 100% for day 1 of camp! Again 100% for camp!" Sarnoff wrote on Twitter.
Coach Mike Pettine would not comment on Burleson health or if his absence from the team's last day of voluntary camp was related to an injury.
"He spoke to me," Pettine said. "He's in good standing with us. He's OK."
Burleson broke the same arm last season while with the Detroit Lions while trying to prevent a pizza from falling off the passenger seat of his car while he was driving. In nine games, Burleson made 39 catches for 461 yards with one touchdown in nine games for the Detroit Lions last year.
In 2012, Burleson missed the last two months with a broken right leg.
Burleson, who is going into his 12th NFL season, signed with the Browns last month against getting cut by the Lions.
The Browns could also be without wide receiver Josh Gordon, who faces a season-long suspension for reportedly failing a drug test. The Browns are not commenting on the reports.
The Browns did not address the wide receiver position in the first three rounds of the draft heading into Saturday. In the first two days, the team selected quarterback Johnny Manziel, cornerback Justin Gilbert, offensive lineman Joel Bitonio, linebacker Christian Kirksey and running back Terrance West.