The NFL reviews every play from every game for officiating and potential discipline purposes, so they’ll surely take another look at Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons’ sideline hit on Steve Smith Sr. last Thursday, which left the Ravens wide receiver with microfractures in his back and ribs area.Read more
Ravens coach John Harbaugh clarified that he didn’t officially rule wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. out for the Ravens game against the Cleveland Browns this weekend despite Smith suffering microfractures in his back after a hit Thursday in a game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.Read more
Tight end Crockett Gillmore and defensive end Chris Canty, who suffered game-ending calf strains in back-to-back games in the first month of the season, both have a “chance” to play Sunday against the Cleveland Browns, coach John Harbaugh said.
“They both have very similar calf strains,” Harbaugh said. “[Gillmore] missed the second half two weeks ago, was out for Pittsburgh.Read more
Ravens coach John Harbaugh, in another update on the status of rookie wide receiver Breshad Perriman’s injured knee, called his PCL sprain a “slow-healing deal,” and again confirmed there was no new damage seen during the scope conducted by Dr. James Andrews last week.
“He’s had probably one of the all-time, slowest-healing sprained PCLs ever,” Harbaugh said. “That’s nothing against him.Read more
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 at Heinz Field.Read more
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.Read more