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Backup lineman David Hale carted off the field

Backup offensive lineman David Hale became the second player carted off this training camp after getting injured in drills against the defensive line.

Hale got tangled up with Haloti Ngata, who appeared to injure his hand on the play. Afterward, Hale laid flat on his stomach for about five to 10 minutes before being rolled onto his side. Ravens coach John Harbaugh, linebacker Antwan Barnes and offensive tackle Oniel Cousins stood closely by before Hale was carted to the locker room.

Hale was able to move his arms and legs, but he was unable to walk. The Ravens haven't announced an update on Hale, who was getting his back stretched out a few minutes before getting injured.

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"I know he's banged up a little bit [and] has some back spasms," said offensive coordinator Cam Cameron, who wasn't overseeing that drill.

The first Raven carted off the field this year was offensive tackle Jared Gaither, who has a small tear in his back.

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