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We have our first serious injury of training camp.
Reports out of Ravens camp today say tight end Dennis Pitta has a broken hand. Pitta started slowly last season, but was strong at the end and in the playoffs.
Pitta will have an MRI Tuesday to determine the severity of the injury, according to the team’s Twitter account.
Ed Dickson will have to step up his game if Pitta isn’t ready by Week 1.
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According to Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times, Baltimore Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta suffered a broken hand during Monday’s practice.
Pitta will now undergo surgery on his hand and hopefully be back in time for the season-opener.
2011 in a Nutshell: 12-4 AFC North Champions; Lost AFC Championship
They say one picture is worth a thousand words and that image of Billy Cundiff is what most people will use to summarise the Ravens 2011 season. Down 23-20 with 11 seconds left, Cundiff is lining up a chip shot field goal that will send the game to overtime with momentum squarely on the Ravens side, the kick sails...
OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Ravens offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie returned to town Sunday afternoon, arriving at Baltimore-Washington International Airport with his luggage and a sore lower back. The former Pro Bowl blocker said after his flight that his four-day absence from training camp was due to a lower back injury suffered during an accident at his home in South Florida last week...
According to Adam Caplan of TheSidelineView.com, the Baltimore Ravens and quarterback Joe Flacco’s agent Joe Linta met on Sunday to continue negotiating towards getting Flacco a contract extension.
“The Ravens and the agent for QB Joe Flacco, Joe Linta, met Sunday to discuss a new contract for the fifth-year player. The meeting was held at the Ravens training complex...
Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Bryant McKinnie reportedly will end his holdout from training camp on Monday. The left tackle, who was placed on the reserve list, told the Baltimore Sun via a text message Saturday night that he will end his holdout. The Ravens were given Sunday off after opening training camp Thursday. McKinnie, who started 18 games for the Ravens last season...
The good news at Ravens camp besides the beginning of full-contact drills is that LT Bryant McKinnie finally reported, and it turns out the big veteran did suffer a lower back injury in a slippery fall inside his home in Florida. He's okay and actually looks pretty svelte by all accounts, having worked himself down to about 340 pounds... not bad considering he came in between...
Spurs and Liverpool played out a 0-0 draw at the M&T Bank Stadium, home of NFL franchise the Baltimore Ravens. In a game which marked the Liverpool debut of summer signing Fabio Borini, Villas-Boas was critical of Adam who has previous history with Bale. In May 2011 the Scotland international injured Bale in a tackle, an incident Villas-Boas was only made aware of following game...
Adam injured Bale with a challenge during the 0-0 draw between the two sides at the M&T Bank stadium, home of NFL franchise the Baltimore Ravens. In May 2011 the Scotland international injured Bale in a tackle, causing ankle ligament damage which meant the Wales international was out for three months. In quotes reported by several national newspapers, Bale said: "He'...
Nathan Stupar #54
College: Penn State
Weight: 241 lbs
Arm Length: 31.3″
Hand Size 9.1″
40 Yard Dash: 4.78
3 Cone Drill: 6.84
20 Yard Shuttle: 4.28
Bench Press: 21 reps
Vertical Jump: 31″
Broad Jump: 116″
Nathan Stupar was drafted out of Linebacker U. Regardless of what the college is famous for now, they have been able to produce solid linebackers...
Comments on the Baltimore Ravens by the AP Pro32 panel (ranking in parentheses):
BALTIMORE RAVENS (5)
Rich Gannon (CBS Sports/SiriusXM NFL Radio, 3): 24 wins over last two seasons and a happy Ray Rice.
Chris Berman (ESPN, 4): After all, Ravens should have been in Super Bowl.
Bob Glauber (Newsday, 4): No contract problems for Ray Rice equals good news for Ravens. Now they have...
At some point in the not too distant future, probably before the beginning of the 2012 regular season, the Baltimore Ravens will reward Joe Flacco with a contract extension that makes him one of the league's highest paid quarterbacks. Then this debate, already fairly vocal among Ravens' fans, will really heat up: Is Flacco, who last season came within a dropped Lee Evans...