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Baltimore Sun

Terrell Suggs returns to practice Friday, Chris Canty still sidelined

Outside linebacker had been sidelined Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs returned to practice Friday after being sidelined the previous two days with a lingering groin injury.

Baltimore Sun

Eugene Monroe noncommittal on return following arthroscopic knee surgery

Left tackle expected to miss roughly a month after surgeryAlthough Ravens left tackle Eugene Monroe said his arthroscopic knee surgery went well last week, he was noncommittal on when he'll return to practice.

Baltimore Sun

Veteran running back Justin Forsett making most of chance with Ravens

Almost ready to leave football, he's glad he landed with the RavensVeteran running back Justin Forsett was so frustrated and disheartened following an injury-plagued season with the Jacksonville Jaguars last year that he began contemplating alternate careers and a potential exit strategy from football.

Inside the Panthers | Charlotte Observer

Davis, Stewart inactive for Panthers vs. Ravens

Veteran linebacker Thomas Davis and running back Jonathan Stewart are inactive for Carolina in Sunday's contest against the Ravens. Davis has battled a hip injury since last week. He also injured his hamstring in the fourth quarter of last week's...

Baltimore Sun

Ravens dealing with several injuries, communication breakdowns in secondary

As the Ravens prepare for Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers at M&T Bank Stadium, the secondary is dealing with injuries and with little time to fix their lack of communication.

Baltimore Sun

Terrell Suggs returns to practice; Chris Canty misses third consecutive day

Ravens Pro Bowl outside linebacker Terrell Suggs returned to practice Friday after missing the first two practices of the week with a groin injury.

Baltimore Sun

Which season-ending injury in was the worst for Baltimore sports fans this year?

Tight end Dennis Pitta left Ravens fans heartbroken on Sunday when his surgically repaired hip failed him on a screen pass. It was a devastating moment, but we've had a few of those this year.

Baltimore Sun

Ravens tackle James Hurst has excelled when pressed into duty

North Carolina rookie was likely NFL draft pick before injury in senior yearAt every stop in his young football career, undrafted rookie James Hurst hasn't had much time to settle in before being thrust into a starting role.

Baltimore Sun

Eugene Monroe sidelined with knee injury, rookie James Hurst to start in his place

Ravens left tackle injured, rookie tackle replaces himDays after Ravens left tackle Eugene Monroe was barely able to hobble back to the huddle against the Cleveland Browns, he underwent arthroscopic knee surgery to address the issue.

Baltimore Sun

Dealing with loss of Dennis Pitta, Ravens confident in Owen Daniels' skills

Two-time Pro Bowl tight end becomes even more important to Ravens' offenseTight end Dennis Pitta's season-ending hip injury immediately triggered disappointment in the Ravens’ locker room.

Baltimore Sun

With Kubiak, Ravens can weather injuries on offense

Soon after the 2013 season ended, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh admitted that he knew his offense was in trouble once tight end Dennis Pitta was injured and declared out for the season shortly into training camp.

Baltimore Sun

Terrence Cody expects to play this season despite offseason hip surgery

Ravens backup nose tackle remains on physically unable to perform listDespite having undergone surgeries on both hips within the past year, Ravens nose tackle Terrence Cody expressed confidence that he will play this season.

Baltimore Sun

Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta's hip surgery was 'successful,' source says

Tight end had fractured, dislocated right hip repaired at Cleveland hospital, out for the seasonRavens veteran tight end Dennis Pitta's surgery to repair a fractured, dislocated right hip was "successful," according to a team source.

Baltimore Sun

Dennis Pitta dislocates right hip, Ravens concerned about potential fracture

Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta was carted off the field and transported to a local hospital after dislocating his right hip again in the second quarter Sunday at FirstEnergy Stadium.

Times-Picayune

Fantasy Football Week 3 pickup: Owen Daniels top target for Ravens after Dennis Pitta's injury

With Baltimore Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta being sidelined for the season after fracturing his hip, backup tight end Owen Daniels immediately becomes the top prospect on the waiver wire. Owned in about 30 percent of CBS leagues as of...

Inside the Panthers | Charlotte Observer

Tolbert will miss Ravens game; Stewart and Davis also hurting

The Panthers' injury list is growing. Panthers coach Ron Rivera said fullback Mike Tolbert (stress fracture in his left leg) will miss the Week 4 matchup with Baltimore, while running back Jonathan Stewart (severely sprained right knee) and linebacker Thomas...

Baltimore Sun

Bernard Pierce inactive for Ravens, Lardarius Webb set to make 2014 debut

Ravens running back Bernard Pierce is inactive Sunday for the game against the Cleveland Browns because of a thigh injury that he aggravated during practice this week.

Akron Beacon Journal

Browns vs. Ravens: Injury report

BrownsOut: Running back Ben Tate (knee). Questionable: Tight end Jordan Cameron (shoulder) and outside linebacker Barkevious Mingo (shoulder). Probable: Wide receiver Travis Benjamin (knee), defensive ends Desmond Bryant (wrist) and John Hughes (hamstring), punter Spencer Lanning (shoulder), offensive lineman Paul McQuistan (ankle) and cornerback Buster Skrine (thumb).RavensOut: Defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan (knee). Questionable: Running back Bernard Pierce (thigh). Probable: Quarterback Joe Flacco (illness), cornerback Asa Jackson (concussion), offensive tackle Eugene Monroe (knee) and...

Baltimore Sun

Z on TV: CBS telecast has me screaming at the TV screen again

Lack of sideline reporting during Pitta injury inexcusableI’m sorry, I tried to be good and accept life as a small-market CBS sports fan, getting the fourth-string crew and no sideline reporter for Ravens games.

Akron Beacon Journal

Browns QB Brian Hoyer learned how to handle success during his time with Patriots, wants to prove it Sunday against Ravens

BEREA: When Brian Hoyer bounced back from a season-ending knee injury and held off rookie Johnny Manziel in training camp to secure the Browns’ starting quarterback job, he earned some respect.When he proved last week he could not only overcome those odds but also deliver in crunch time and spearhead a 26-24 upset win over the New Orleans Saints, he earned even more respect.“He’s the best quarterback they’ve had in a number of years,” Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh said last week. “He’s playing great.“He’s done nothing but win since he’s taken over the reins in...