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Ravens safety Matt Elam may have torn biceps, undergoing MRI today, sources say

Ravens safety Matt Elam may have torn biceps, undergoing MRI today, sources say

Ravens strong safety Matt Elam may have torn his biceps and is undergoing a magnetic resonance imaging exam today to determine the severity of his injury, according to sources. It's feared that the injury could be season-ending. A complete tear where surgery is required could take four to six months of recovery time whereas a partial tear typically heals in three to six weeks. Elam got hurt in practice Saturday, leaving the field with trainer Mark Smith. A former first-round draft pick and consensus All-American at the University of Florida, Elam is competing for the strong safety job with veteran Will Hill. Hill was the frontrunner to win the starting position, but...

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