Dennis Pitta's status was not questionable to him.
Despite a broken finger that sidelined the Ravens' tight end for the entire preseason, Pitta practiced last week. But when the team produced its final injury report of the week, Pitta was listed as questionable.
Anything short of a lightning strike or a family emergency was not going to prevent Pitta from playing in Sunday's 13-7 win against the Buffalo Bills at M&T Bank Stadium — his first game in 722 days since fracturing his right hip against the Cleveland Browns.
"It was great just being out there," said Pitta, 31. "Once you are back out there, it feels like you have been out there for the...