"Everything felt really good," Hanson said. "I felt really strong and no headaches. So I'm good. ... The sooner I get out there, the better. So hopefully, it's [Tuesday]."
Hanson said he had no trouble when he took a concussion-impact exam on Monday. He suffered a Grade 1 concussion when he was involved in a one-car accident on Feb. 20.
"I did good, so no more of those stupid tests," Hanson said.