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Ravens CB Jimmy Smith makes surprise return to minicamp just six months after Achilles tear

To say that Baltimore Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith’s recovery from his Achilles injury is going just fine would be to make an understatement. In fact, according to Jamison Hensley of ESPN, the 29-year-old corner has already made his way back into the field on Wednesday when he took part in the Ravens’ minicamp. Baltimore Ravens […] The post Ravens CB Jimmy Smith makes surprise return to minicamp just six months after Achilles tear appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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Cornerback Jimmy Smith returns to the practice field for the Ravens

The Ravens’ top cornerback, Jimmy Smith, who tore his Achilles’ tendon on Dec. 3, returned to the team’s practice field during Wednesday morning’s mandatory minicamp. He suffered the injury in a game against the Detroit Lions at M&T Bank Stadium. It was announced a day after the injury that he...

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'Wolverine'-like cornerback Jimmy Smith returns to practice, with recovery on schedule

Six months after he suffered a season-ending Achilles tendon injury, top Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith was back at practice Wednesday morning. After missing the first day of mandatory minicamp, Smith participated in individual drills, offering hope that he’ll be ready for the start of training...

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Ravens' Anthony Levine Sr. recovering from foot surgery; 10 total absent from OTA

Ravens safety and special teams standout Anthony Levine Sr. was absent from Thursday’s organized team activity as he recovers from offseason foot surgery, coach John Harbaugh said. The operation had not been previously reported, but Levine left the Ravens’ season-ending loss to the Cincinnati Bengals...

T&S: Would Kaepernick be willing to tryout for a back up job in Baltimore?

Tim and Sid talk with NFL insider Ian Rapoport about the possibility of Colin Kaepernick joining the Baltimore Ravens after news that starting quarterback Joe Flacco might miss some time with injury.