Notre Dame receiver John Goodman is hoping to get back into the full swing of practice Wednesday.
The former Bishop Dwenger standout said he tweaked his left ankle while scrimmaging in Saturday's practice and was only able to participate in a few of Monday's drills.
"It's coming along," Goodman said of his ankle. "It got a lot better over Saturday night and (Sunday) night also. I woke up (Monday) morning and I felt pretty good. I walked around on it and loosened it up a little bit. I've been getting treatment religiously, and I'm just hoping to get back out here on Wednesday and be able to go full go and just a couple of plays here and there. We will see what happens."
Goodman had his ankle wrapped in ice and walked with a limp after Saturday's practice.
He didn't have ice on his ankle when he did interviews after Monday's practice and wasn't walking with a noticeable limp.
"I was running around and doing what I could," Goodman said of Monday's practice. "I was trying to do as much as I can."
Offensive coordinator Charley Molnar said Goodman has been making progress in learning what is required of him in the offense.
"We'd like to see him back out on the field as soon as possible so we can continue to evaluate him and give him a chance to learn our offense," Molnar said.