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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