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Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports that the Ravens have not ruled out TE Dennis Pitta possibly returning at some point this season. Wilson admits that the chances of Pitta returning from his fractured and dislocated right hip in 2013 are still “slim.“ Pitta, 28, has already undergone surgery, but the team hasn’t placed him on season-ending injured reserve just yet. According to Wilson, the Ravens emphasized that he has “no cartilage or ligament damage,” which is at least a fairly positive sign. “It’s not procedural,” said HC John Harbaugh when asked about Pitta possibly returning this season. “As far as coming back? When we saw there was no ligament or structural damage in there, it gave us hope.” The Ravens have already signed two veteran tight ends in Visanthe Shiancoe and Dallas Clark. Ed Dickson is expected to miss the remainder of the preseason, but he should be available for their Week 1 matchup. Pitta is in the final year of his contract and most likely would have sec
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The Ravens haven't completely ruled out the possibility however slim that starting tight end Dennis Pitta might potentially be able to return late in the season from a dislocated and fractured right hip.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh had previously said that Pitta would be unable to come back this season and wasn't even a candidate for the injured reserve-designated to return...
The defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens have kept
the door ajar for tight end Dennis Pitta to return for the 2013 season, for
Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports that the Ravens have not ruled out Pitta
playing this year, due in part by learning that Pitta’s injury to his hip was a
“clean” break that caused no ligament or cartilage damage. Early in...
Monday the Ravens announced the signing of veteran free agent tight end Dallas Clark. I thought this might be a no-brainer for Ozzie Newsome, given the injuries and sudden lack of depth of experienced tight ends---not just blockers, but guys who can make big receptions under game pressure.
But then I was reminded of some of the doubts about Clark's apparently waning abilities...
The regular season is just around the corner and the Baltimore Ravens are still making some big moves.
Brandon Stokely (Photo credit: Evan Habeeb/USA TODAY Sports)
The Ravens signed wide receiver Brandon Stokely to a one-year contract in Baltimore, reuniting him with the team that drafted him in the fourth round of the 1999 NFL Draft.
Stokely was brought in to hopefully help bridge...
According to the Baltimore Sun, Ravens tight end Ed Dickson is still out with a hamstring injury and is not ready to rush himself so he can get back on the field.
“You can’t rush back those things,” Dickson said. “I’m trying my hardest to get back out there. It kills me. I’m hard on myself. I want to get back out there today, but I don’t want to go out and hurt the...
In the amount time it takes one to clean the fridge and mow
the yard, the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens added depth at
wide receiver and a veteran presence on the field and in the locker room
agreeing to terms with wide receiver Brandon Stokley and tight end Dallas
Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports that the Ravens, looking to fill the
Gino Gradkowski and A.Q. Shipley have become the center of attention on the Baltimore Ravens' offensive line.
Both players are locked in a competition to replace center Matt Birk, who retired after the Ravens won the Super Bowl in February. Birk never missed a start during his four years with Baltimore, and now it's time for someone else to snap the ball to quarterback Joe...
The Baltimore Ravens have agreed in principle to a one-year
contract with free agent tight end Dallas Clark. The agreement with Clark comes
just after the Ravens signed his former teammate, Brandon Stokely, to a similar
Ozzie Newsome has an agreement in principle with TE Dallas Clark.
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) August 11, 2013
While Stokely’s new contract might have...
With the Baltimore Ravens struggling in their receiving end, they ventured into the free-agent pool on Sunday and came to terms with 34-year-old Dallas Clark.
The Ravens have been searching for someone to fill the shoes of Dennis Pitta, who was lost to a season ending fractured hip in late July. Similar to Brandon Stokley, Clark once played under the Ravens’ current offensive coordinator...
Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome may be the best executive in the NFL, hands down.
Newsome watched most of his defense either retire, or leave for greener pastures this off-season, and many wonder aloud, what the Ravens were going to do to fix the holes.
Newsome decided he couldn’t pay Anquan Boldin, who was the backbone of the teams offense. The gutsy GM bit the bullet, traded Boldin...
Willie Taggart is as unconventional of a coach as you’ll find, and that really is an awesome thing.
Today, according to TampaBay.com, he woke his football players up at 3:00 a.m. to get ready for an early-morning workout. He met with Ravens coach John Harbaugh last week, who encouraged him to “get his team comfortable with being uncomfortable” — this is just one crack at...