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Aside from saying he's hopeful Breshad Perriman will be back on the field at some point during training camp, Ravens coach John Harbaugh declined to give a definitive timeline last week for the return of the young receiver.
In 2012, Baltimore Ravens linebacker and then-reigning Defensive Player of the Year Terrell Suggs sustained a partially torn Achilles tendon playing in a basketball tournament in the offseason. With what was labeled a “non-football injury,” Suggs was at risk of losing financial compensation from the Ravens — at the team’s discretion — in addition to missing time on the football field. The linebacker didn’t lose pay but he didn’t appear in a game for Baltimore until Week 7.
Injury hurts already long odds to make Ravens' regular-season roster
OWINGS MILLS – Ravens receiver Steve Smith Sr. is still not certain when hell be able to return from Achilles surgery. Hes focusing on being 100 percent by
The Ravens' pass rusher struggled with variety of injuries in six-sack 2015 campaign
Veteran starters Joe Flacco (knee), Steve Smith Sr. (Achilles) and Terrell Suggs (Achilles) continue to work back from injuries.
The Ravens start their three-day mandatory minicamp Tuesday in Owings Mills. Several of the team’s top players, including quarterback Joe Flacco, wide receiver Steve Smith Sr., rush linebacker Terrell Suggs and cornerback Jimmy Smith, are not expected to participate as they continue to rehab injuries....
The Ravens will find out more on the severity of Breshad Perriman's left knee injury as early as today when he's expected to get arthroscopic surgery by renowned orthopedist, Dr. James Andrews. They, however, are bracing for the worst, which would be Perriman missing another full season because...
Ravens players, plus former Raven Torrey Smith, say they feel for Breshad Perriman after he reportedly suffered another major injury.
Former Ravens Pro Bowl guard and first-round NFL draft pick Ben Grubbs' career is likely over because of a neck injury, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported Monday. Grubbs, 32, started seven games last season for the Kansas City Chiefs before he suffered a season-ending neck injury. In March, the...
Wide receiver set for arthroscopic surgery on left knee
Breshad Perriman’s latest knee injury obviously impacts the Ravens’ depth chart at wide receiver. With Perriman sidelined indefinitely, if not for the entire 2016 season,
The comeback of second-year Ravens wide receiver Breshad Perriman has apparently taken another significant detour.
With still one week until the mandatory team minicamp — and almost two months until training camp — some of the Ravens’ injuries are starting to heal. Ninth-year center Jeremy Zuttah has been a full participant in both of the team’s open organized team activities (May 26 and Tuesday), having recovered...
Tight end Crockett Gillmore's was one of several Ravens whose 2015 season ended prematurely due to an injury. And to that point, he was one of the team's most promising young players.
Justin Forsett made his way back onto the field during the Ravens' organized team activities this week -- just in time, as it turned out.