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Ravens bringing in running back Bobby Rainey after Kenneth Dixon suffers knee injury

Ravens bringing in running back Bobby Rainey after Kenneth Dixon suffers knee injury

Already thin at running back, the Ravens learned Tuesday that they could be without Kenneth Dixon throughout training camp 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 league’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs, had surgery Tuesday to repair a torn meniscus. It’s his third knee injury since the Ravens drafted him in the fifth round last year.

With it unclear how long he’ll be sidelined, the Ravens are planning to sign veteran running back Bobby Rainey, who was in the organization when the team won the Super Bowl following the 2012 regular season. The...

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