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The Baltimore Ravens played their first game since 2008 without Pro Bowl running back Ray Rice on Sunday, and although they came away with a win, the team would certainly like to have him back. Both Rice and Chris Canty could return this week when the Ravens travel to Buffalo to take on the Bills. Baltimore has been dealing with the injury bug since training camp when they lost TE Dennis Pitta to a dislocated hip, but there could finally be some good news on the horizon. Ray Rice and Chris Canty During Head Coach John Harbaugh’s press conference yesterday, he mentioned that Rice was very close to being able to play this past Sunday against the Houston Texans after straining his left hip flexor in the Ravens’ week two victory over the Cleveland Browns. Obviously by hearing that, the expectation is much greater for a return this week for the versatile Rice. In the same realm, Harbaugh said the same thing of Canty’s status this past Sunday, that he was also close to playing and thus th...
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