The Sun's Ravens beat writer Jeff Zrebiec talks about Day Two of Ravens training camp. It was the first practice for wide receiver Mike Wallace since he passed his conditioning test. (Kevin Richardson/Baltimore Sun video)
A day after rookie running back Kenneth Dixon hobbled off the field because of a left knee injury, the Ravens watched tight end Crockett Gillmore leave Friday's practice.
Gillmore, who started 10 games for the Ravens last season, tweaked his hamstring. Ravens coach John Harbaugh confirmed following the practice that Gillmore will have a magnetic resonance imaging test performed to determine the severity of the injury.
Gillmore caught 33 passes for 412 yards and four touchdowns last season despite dealing with myriad injuries.
The Ravens are relatively deep at tight end with Gillmore, Benjamin Watson, Maxx Williams, Dennis Pitta and Daniel Brown. They also have Nick Boyle and Darren Waller on their current roster, but both will start the season on the suspended list.
Gillmore had shoulder surgery this offseason and has also dealt with back and knee injuries over the past couple of seasons.