Rory O'Carroll is once again part of the Dublin football panel.
The Irish Independent's Colm Keys reports that the Kilmacud Crokes player was due to take part in a gym session with the team on Monday night.
The three-time All-Ireland winner returned to Ireland permanently in March after spending time in New Zealand. He last played for Dublin in the 2015 All-Ireland final victory over Kerry.
The 29-year-old played for Kilmacud Crokes in both of their Dublin SFC games against Ballymun Kickhams and Na Fianna this month.
"I watched Rory a couple of weeks ago in the first round of the Dublin Championship and he looks every bit a county footballer still," Sky Sports analyst Senan Connell told Balls last week.
Slim, trim, good on the ball, energetic, organising and playing with a lot of intent.
Dublin's bid for a fifth consecutive All-Ireland title gets underway late next month with a Leinster quarter-final against either Louth or Wexford.
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