Found August 05, 2013 on Fantasy Football Champs:
A hamstring injury could sideline Ravens tight end Ed Dickson for about "a week or so." SOURCE: Aaron Wilson, Baltimore SunFantasy Spin:Dickson's MRI showed a slight tear, which is just about the last thing the Ravens needed after losing starting tight end Dennis Pitta to a broken hip last week. We'll see if he's able to play through the injury.

Ed Dickson has a slight hamstring tear

We reported over the weekend the tight end Ed Dickson suffered a hamstring injury. The Baltimore Ravens have announced that Dickson has a slight hamstring tear and will be out for a couple of weeks. TE Ed Dickson has a slight hamstring tear and will be out a couple of weeks. — Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) August 5, 2013 With Dickson now down,  recently signed Visanthe Schiancoe...

Ravens' Dickson tears hamstring

Baltimore tight end Ed Dickson has a slight tear in his hamstring and will be sidelined for at least a week. Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Monday that Dickson is expected back by the first week of the regular season. The Ravens are already thin at the tight end position after losing Dennis Pitta to a season-ending hip injury earlier in training camp. Dickson had just 21 catches...

Ravens’ Ed Dickson out ‘couple of weeks’ with hamstring tear

It’s not a season-ending injury like the one starter Dennis Pitta suffered, but the Baltimore Ravens will be without tight end Ed Dickson for a couple of weeks as he recovers from a slightly torn hamstring, the team has announced. TE Ed Dickson has a slight hamstring tear and will be out a couple of weeks. — Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) August 5, 2013 Following the news of the...

Ravens’ Ed Dickson exits with hamstring injury

The Baltimore Ravens have already lost starting tight end Dennis Pitta for the season, meaning they’ll have to depend that much more on former backup Ed Dickson. Now the team may have to look at another option, at least temporarily, as Dickson exited yesterday’s practice with a hamstring injury, according to Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun. Head coach Jim Harbaugh downplayed...

Baltimore Ravens’ Terrence Cody: “I’m not done”

Heading into the final year on his contract, Terrence Cody wants the Baltimore Ravens to know that he is not rolling over. The fourth year defensive tackle saw a significant drop in production in 2012 from the year before. Please click here to read this story. The post Baltimore Ravens’ Terrence Cody: “I’m not done” appeared first on Players View.

Ravens TE Ed Dickson suffers strained hamstring

With Dennis Pitta out for the year thanks to a hip injury the Ravens have to turn to Ed Dickson as their starting tight end during their title defense. So it's not great news that Dickson is also dealing with an injury having been pulled out of practice Sunday with a strained hamstring. "Ed Dickson his hamstring grabbed a little bit so we pulled him out for precautionary...

Hall of Fame inductee Jonathan Ogden was absurdly huge in high school (photo)

On Saturday, Baltimore Ravens longtime offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden deservedly was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Jonathan Ogden is a large man and apparently always has been a large man. As you can see above, even when posing alongside other massive human beings (center), Ogden stands out due to his considerable size […]The post Hall of Fame inductee Jonathan...

Torrey Smith Emerging As Offensive Leader

In just his third season Torrey Smith has found himself as Baltimore's receiving group's leader. It wasn't something expected necessarily. He was particularly shocked when the Ravens traded Anquan Boldin to San Francisco this offseason. But it's a position he's embraced since it came to him. And it's something he's not taking for granted either. "...

Ravens’ Bryant McKinnie Says He’s Not “Fat Or Sloppy”

Ravens offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie knows he’s a big dude, and is tired of people talking about it. McKinnie wasn’t allowed to practice when training camp began because the team thought he was too heavy, and according to the Baltimore Sun, McKinnie thinks too much attention is paid to his weight. “I don’t know why this weight thing is following me back every year,”...

Ravens practice hard before PS opener in Tampa...

You might expect a little letdown on the pace of practice now that the first preseason game is only a day away in Tampa. But the Ravens coaches have their pedals to the metal. I can almost hear what Ozzie Newsome (GM) is thinking--- "Weed out the rookies and free agents now, not later...we've got some veteran talent that we'll need to make room for when free agents get...

Visanthe Shiancoe Practicing with First-Team Offense

Ravens tight end Visanthe Shiancoe has been practicing with the first team just a week after signing with the team.Fantasy Spin:Ed Dickson will start and be the tight end to have on your roster, but the Ravens have used multiple tight ends over the past seasons and Shiancoe could get a decent portion of the workload.

Art Donovan, Hall of Fame Defensive Tackle, Dies at 89

BALTIMORE — Art Donovan, the lineman whose hilarious stories about his football career enabled him to maintain his popularity long after his election into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, died Sunday night. He was 89. Donovan died at 7:20 p.m. at Stella Maris Hospice in Baltimore, according to Kevin Byrne, senior vice president of public and community relations for the Baltimore...

Keith Urban to kick off the NFL season

The fans of the Baltimore Ravens got screwed and won’t see their city host the NFL season opener. The NFL tried to throw them a bone though as the “NFL Kickoff 2013 Presented by Pepsi” concert will still be hosted in the Inner Harbor. Keith Urban will be performing from a floating stage starting at 7:30 pm and leading all the way up to kickoff. Floating stage? Pretty cool...
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