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Redskins change course, will sit quarterback Robert Griffin III (concussion) vs. Ravens

Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III will miss Saturday's preseason game against the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium because of a concussion, reversing an earlier decision to let him play.

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Former Ravens OC Cam Cameron says he's on mend from prostate cancer

Former Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron said in a news conference Friday night that he has been given a "clean bill of health" following a recent diagnosis of prostate cancer.

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John Urschel, now fully healthy, opens up about post-concussion math

Ravens offensive lineman John Urschel sheepishly admitted Thursday that his Twitter justification for doing difficult math problems two days after suffering a concussion isn’t as easily provable as the mathematic proofs he was working on at the time.

Last week, before Urschel returned from what amounted to nearly two weeks out with a concussion suffered Aug.

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Ravens news, notes and opinions: Examining the roster bubble

The Ravens will have to cut down their roster from 90 players to 75 by 4 p.m. Tuesday. I wouldn’t expect any dramatic moves, although it’s possible the team could let a couple of veterans go during the first round of cuts as a courtesy; another wave of players hits the market when rosters go from 75 to 53 on Sept. 5.

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'Serious bruise' on arm won't affect Eugene Monroe for regular season

Ravens left tackle Eugene Monroe hasn't been cleared to practice all week because of a "pretty serious bruise" on his right forearm, coach John Harbaugh said, an injury suffered Saturday when the Ravens lost three tackles to injury in a 40-17 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.

Monroe played the first three series of that game -- the same as other starters -- but had ice on his arm later in the game.

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Ravens sign safety Will Hill to two-year deal

Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome approached safety Will Hill as he walked off the practice field Thursday afternoon to confirm the news and offer his congratulations.  

“He said, ‘I think highly of you,’ and I told him I thought highly of him and this organization, too,’” Hill said.

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