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Vikings Christian Ponder did not pass the NFL concussion protocol this week and will be out for Sunday's contest against the Ravens
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson returned to practice Friday to prepare for Sunday's game against the Ravens in Baltimore, repeating the one-day protocol he has been using to manage a nagging groin injury.
Six days after laying flat on the turf following a dangerous collision with Steelers tailback Le'Veon Bell, Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith was practicing Wednesday. Smith had been cleared through the concussion protocol and when talking to the media Thursday for...
Cornerback has passed all NFL concussion testing protocol, set to play Sunday against the VikingsNearly a week after his collision with Pittsburgh Steelers rookie running back Le'veon Bell, cornerback Jimmy Smith was able to smile about it in the Ravens' locker room.
Vikings quarterback Matt Cassel likely will start Sunday at Baltimore, coach Leslie Frazier said Wednesday, with Christian Ponder yet to be cleared after suffering a concussion last weekend.
Inside linebacker overcame spinal cord contusionJameel McClain has been named the Ed Block Courage Award winner for the Ravens, an unsurprising choice considering the way the veteran linebacker overcame a serious injury.
Cornerback left game with head injury against SteelersStarting cornerback Jimmy Smith has recovered well from a head injury suffered against at the end the Ravens' Thursday night win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, said coach John Harbaugh
Pittsburgh Steelers starting outside linebacker LaMarr Woodley is out for tonight's game against the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium, the third consecutive game he has missed due to a calf injury.
Antonio Cromartie was in uniform and pads and on the practice field Friday. However, how much work he and his sore hip did was not clear as the Jets prepare for Miami. He did participate in individual drills, but rode a stationary bike as the Jets completed team drills. The cornerback then ran on the side with a trainer—close to full-speed it appeared. It was a positive development after he missed the past two practices since aggravating the nagging injury in last week’s loss to the Baltimore Ravens. But it remains to be seen if his hip is healthy enough to cover Mike Wallace. Darrin...
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Stephen Hill has more storylines than the first three books of Game of Thrones. First, the Jets' second-year receiver was getting reduced reps. Then, he wasn't. Then, he might have an injury. But on Wednesday, Hill said it was only a few nicks. Hill may have been in the first play from scrimmage Sunday against the Ravens, but he played in only 46 percent of the snaps after averaging 77 percent in the first 10 games. Santonio Holmes, Greg Salas and David Nelson all saw more action than Hill.
Steelers already ruled out starting nose tackle Steve McLendon, Woodley didn't practice today due to a calf injuryPittsburgh Steelers starting outside linebacker LaMarr Woodley is officially listed as doubtful on the injury report heading into Thursday night's game against the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium.
Rookie defensive lineman tore his anterior cruciate ligament playing for Notre Dame in BCS national title gameRavens rookie defensive end Kapron Lewis-Moore will remain on the reserve-non-football injury list and won't be activated this season, the team announced.
Defensive end Chris Canty has shoulder injury; rookie safety Brynden Trawick has high-ankle sprain, hasn't practicedRavens starting defensive end Chris Canty was limited for the second consecutive day in a row due to a shoulder injury suffered Sunday against the New York Jets.
The Steelers could play their Thursday night game against the Ravens without three of their top seven players along the defensive line and linebacker corps.
There are hit and miss injury reports and uneven work in the boothIt’s hard to be too critical of any NFL telecast that delivers the kind of images CBS did Sunday following Jacoby Jones’ touchdown catch that put the Ravens up 19-3 over the New York Jets.
Defensive end has shoulder injury, finished Sunday's game against the JetsVeteran defensive end Chris Canty was limited during the Ravens' light practice Monday night due to a shoulder injury.
Ivory, a running back, says trainers believe he has both a high and traditional ankle sprain, though he played through the injury Sunday
Baltimore's Pro Bowl nose tackle missed last week's game at Chicago with a knee injury
BALTIMORE -- Bad news for the New York Jets' offensive line, which struggled last week: Baltimore Ravens nose tackle Haloti Ngata, who sat out last week with a knee injury, is active and will start Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium. This could pose problems for the Jets' interior, especially rookie left guard Brian Winters, who was awful against the Buffalo Bills. There were no surprises among the Jets' inactive players: quarterback David Garrard, wide receiver Jeremy Kerley, running back Alex Green, linebacker Garrett McIntyre, guard Will Campbell, tackle Ben Ijalana and tackle Oday Aboushi.
ST. LOUIS -- The Chicago Bears announced their list of inactives for Sunday’s game against the St. Louis Rams, and as expected, defensive tackle Stephen Paea is out because of the turf toe injury he suffered in last week’s win against the Baltimore Ravens. Other Bears inactives include quarterback Jay Cutler, linebacker Lance Briggs, offensive lineman James Brown, offensive tackle Jonathan Scott, defensive end Cornelius Washington and defensive tackle Jay Ratliff.
Tight end just started practicing Wednesday after undergoing hip surgery in training campThe Ravens are sticking with their plan to not rush back tight end Dennis Pitta in his recovery from surgery on his fractured, dislocated right hip.
The New York Jets confirmed the obvious Saturday, downgrading injured wide receiver Jeremy Kerley (dislocated elbow) to out for Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens. Previously, he was listed as doubtful. Kerley, three weeks removed from the gruesome injury, returned to practice this week on a limited basis, but he practiced in the red no-contact jersey and didn't start catching passes with two hands until Friday. On Friday, Kerley expressed his desire to play, but that was never a possibility.
LAKE FOREST, Ill. – The Chicago Bears have officially ruled out starting defensive tackle Stephen Paea for Sunday’s game in St. Louis because of a toe injury that forced him to prematurely exit last week’s win against the Baltimore Ravens. Paea, who did not practice all week, suffered the same exact toe injury back in Week 4 and subsequently missed the next two games before returning to the starting lineup on Oct. 20. “It’s like having a flat-tire,” Paea said about the bad toe.
Ravens wide receiver has missed past seven gamesFor Ravens veteran wide receiver Brandon Stokley, it's been an extremely difficult season, but his health is finally starting to come around.
Holmes returned Sunday from a five-game absence due to a hamstring injury, while Ngata missed the Ravens' game at Chicago because of a knee injury
Eric Allen breaks down the impact of Jay Cutler's high ankle sprain injury on the Bears.