What's the status of the injured players?

Tight end Dennis Pitta (hip surgery) and free safety Terrence Brooks (knee) will open camp on the physically unable to perform list.

Pitta’s career remains in doubt after suffering two hip injuries in the past two years. Brooks has made a lot of progress since tearing his anterior cruciate ligament and medial collateral ligaments in December covering a kickoff against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Offensive tackle Rick Wagner has healed from a Lisfranc foot sprain and is no longer complaining of any pain in his surgically-repaired foot, according to NFL sources.

Wagner could begin camp on the physically unable to perform list, according to a source, as the Ravens plan to be cautious with him before having him take part in contact drills. He’s on track to play in the first game of the regular season and might also play in preseason games.

Center Jeremy Zuttah had offseason hip surgery and was running by June. He’s expected to be eased into practices, but sources said he’s healthy again. The Ravens might limit his work at the start of camp.

Wide receiver Michael Campanaro (River Hill) said he’s full-go after partially tearing his quadriceps during the spring.

Patrick Semansky / Associated Press
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