9:27 PM EDT, Fri October 09, 2015
Baltimore Sun

Eugene Monroe 'totally back to normal' after first full practice since concussion

Ravens left tackle Eugene Monroe was a full participant at practice Wednesday, indicating he’s in line for a return to the starting lineup after missing all but the first six snaps of the season opener against the Denver Broncos with a concussion. “I feel totally back to normal,” Monroe said. “I’m...

Akron Beacon Journal

Browns notebook: K’Waun Williams chooses to resume NFL career after three concussions in less than a year: ‘I know the risk factor’

BEREA: Browns nickel cornerback K’Waun Williams spoke to concerned loved ones, including his mother, brother and high school football coach, about the state of his NFL career because he recently suffered his third concussion in less than a year.And Williams obviously chose to come back because he returned to practice Wednesday on a limited basis. He’s on track to play Sunday when the Browns (1-3) visit the Baltimore Ravens (1-3).Williams also suffered concussions last season Oct. 12 against the Pittsburgh Steelers and Dec. 28 against the Ravens.“I know the risk factor in terms of long...

Akron Beacon Journal

Browns cornerback K'Waun Williams returns to practice after third concussion in less than year

Browns nickel cornerback K'Waun Williams returned to practice Wednesday after missing the past two games with the third concussion he's suffered in less than a year. So Williams is on track to play when the Browns (1-3) visit the Baltimore Ravens (1-3) on Sunday. Three days before the Browns faced the Oakland Raiders on Sept. 27, Williams told the Browns he had been having headaches. The medical staff tested him and put him in the NFL's NFL concussion protocol. Coach Mike Pettine didn't know exactly when Williams suffered his most recent concussion. Williams also suffered concussions...

Baltimore Sun

Chris Givens will play for Ravens on Sunday against Browns

With other wide receiver injuries, team can't afford to be patient with recent acquisition

Baltimore Sun

Preston: Steve Smith Sr., like every Ravens player not named Joe Flacco, is expendable

The recent back injury to Pro Bowl wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. is not a death sentence for the Ravens. If the injury were to Joe Flacco, then it would be different, because the NFL is a quarterback-driven league. If Flacco was out for the season, break out the tissues and start making vacation...

The Browns | Akron Beacon Journal

The good and bad of the Browns/Chargers game and looking ahead to the Ravens (podcast)

The best thing you can call the Browns' 30-27 loss against the San Diego Chargers on Sunday is heartbreaking. On this week's Akron Beacon Journal and Ohio.com podcast, Nate Ulrich and Dan Kadar discuss the good and bad from the game. As you can guess, the team's offense was the good and the defense was the bad. We also detail why Justin Gilbert couldn't get on the field on defense, despite injuries to Joe Haden and K'Waun Williams. MORE: Coach Mike Pettine says no changes on horizon for beleaguered Browns defense We close this week's show by looking ahead to Week 5 against the Baltimore...

Baltimore Sun

Injuries, trade spur numerous questions for Ravens

When the Ravens return to work early this week, they’ll be forced to adapt to changes at the wide receiver position. Michael Campanaro, who seemed to be on his way to earning a more prominent role on offense, is now done for the season, placed on injured reserve with a back injury. Steve Smith...

Baltimore Sun

Joe Flacco says loss of Steve Smith Sr., Michael Campanaro will force adjustments

Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco said Monday morning that he and the offense are in for an adjustment with the short-term loss of wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. and the season-ending injury to wide receiver Michael Campanaro. Both suffered back injuries in Thursday’s 23-20 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers...

Baltimore Sun

Ravens Insider: On Steve Smith Sr., Michael Campanaro and trade for Chris Givens

Ravens Insider Jeff Zrebiec on the Baltimore Ravens placing Michael Campanaro in injury reserve; made a trade for Rams WR Chris Givens and the current status of WR Steve Smith Sr., back injury. (Kevin Richardson)

Baltimore Sun

Steve Smith Sr., Michael Campanaro leave Steelers game with back injuries

The Ravens leave Pittsburgh early Friday with that elusive win in their account after Thursday's 23-20, overtime victory against the Pittsburgh Steelers, but carry several injury concerns that could linger during their long weekend. Wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. left at the end of the third quarter...

Plain Dealer

Pittsburgh Steelers lose to Baltimore Ravens; New York Jets, Miami Dolphins in London: Sports Trending (photos)

Without Ben Roethlisberger, the Pittsburgh Steelers blew a lead in a loss to the Ravens; the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins are taking their TP with them to London; Jim Fuyrk and Steve Kerr are dealing with injuries, and more in the Friday morning trending sports report.

Beaver County Times

Steelers' Roethlisberger frustrated, but knows injury could be worse

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger hopes to be back on the field with his teammates soon and hopes to be on the sidelines Thursday when they play the Ravens.

Denver Post

NFL Week 2 preview: Injuries quickly become a sore subject

After Week 1, injuries have already started to take their toll with the Ravens losing Terrell Suggs for the season and the Cowboys losing Dez Bryant and Randy Gregory for the foreseeable future.

Denver Post

Broncos' Demaryius Thomas, C.J. Anderson OK after Week 1 nicks against Ravens

The Broncos were spared of major injuries in their Week 1 victory over the Ravens on Sunday, but they went home with myriad nicks and bruises.

Patriots Football Coverage | WEEI

Patriots WR, Julian Edelman, talks about the "double-pass_ vs. the Ravens in the playoffs, 9-14-15

Julian Edelman joined the show on a Patriots Monday and spoke about the planning that went into the infamous "Double-Pass" that broke the back of the Baltimore Ravens in the Divisional Round last year. He also addressed some injury concerns, and responded to comments made by Tom Brady on Dennis and Callahan.