Browns wide receiver David Nelson has been medically cleared to return to practice after sitting out for nearly a year while recovering from a torn anterior cruciate in his knee he announced this morning via Twitter.

“I’ve been working and waiting a year for this!!” Nelson tweeted. “It’s GO time.”

Nelson started training camp on the active physically-unable-to-perform list but the Browns can take him off it an anytime meaning he could be back in action as soon as today when practice runs from 4-6:30 p.m. He signed a one-year contract with the Browns in April.

As a member of the Buffalo Bills Nelson suffered the season-ending knee injury in the Sept. 9 opener against the New York Jets and subsequently had it repaired by renowned surgeon Dr. James Andrews. Last month Nelson said he expected to be physically ready to practice by the time training camp opened Thursday.