Redskins linebacker Brian Orakpo says he’s “100-percent” recovered from the torn pectoral muscle that cut short his 2012 season.

“Health is great,” Orakpo said Friday evening on Comcast SportsNet during a guest appearance on Redskins Nation. “I’m good, man, I’m feeling great. Rehab has been going tremendously well. I’m 100-percent …to be honest, I’m great, man, my body is feeling even better than what it was before as far as conditioning and strength-wise. Because one thing when you get hurt is you get to work on all the little muscles that you have a tendency to [overlook].”

Orakpo originally injured his left shoulder/pectoral muscle in the 2011 season finale. He tweaked the injury during the 2012 preseason, then suffered a tear in a different part of the muscle while sacking Rams quarterback Sam Bradford in Week 2. A few days later, Orakpo had a second surgery in nine months.

“It was a freak accident,” Orakpo said. “It’s nothing you can control. Injuries happen in this game. We got hit with a lot of them last year and I was part of it. The fortunate thing is I don’t have a history of injuries, so I can bounce back from it and be fine."

Redskins players report to Ashburn on Monday for the start of the team’s offseason program. OTAs, meantime, are set to begin May 20.

Although Orakpo did not specifically say whether he expects to be a full participant, the original prognosis provided by Coach Mike Shananan was that Orakpo should be sufficiently recovered by February.