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Running back Kenneth Dixon might be out for season with knee injury; Ravens to bring in Bobby Rainey

Running back Kenneth Dixon might be out for season with knee injury; Ravens to bring in Bobby Rainey

Already thin at running back, the Ravens learned Tuesday that they could be without Kenneth Dixon throughout training camp and possibly for the entire season after he suffered a knee injury during a recent workout.

Dixon, who is facing a four-game suspension to start the regular season after he was found in violation of the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs, had surgery Tuesday to repair a torn meniscus.

Team officials hoped he just needed the meniscus trimmed, which would have sidelined him in the six-to-eight-week range. However, Dixon wound up needing a full meniscus repair, according to a source. The recovery from that procedure is usually requires around four or...

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