During Sunday's practice, the Ravens appeared to suffer their second serious injury of training camp at defensive end. Kapron Lewis-Moore was carted off the practice field in tears and obvious pain with what coach John Harbaugh later said appears to be a torn Achilles tendon.
Ravens defensive tackle Kapron Lewis-Moore waited exactly 19 months from his final college football play to suit up in a competitive game, and even though it was just the preseason, Lewis-Moore relished his game time Thursday night against San Francisco.
Ravens rookie defensive end Kapron Lewis-Moore is returning to practice Wednesday, a sign of progress after he tore his anterior cruciate ligament while playing for Notre Dame in the BCS national title game in January.
The 2013 NFL draft is over, and looking back at what the Ravens have accomplished this weekend, it's fairly obvious that they wanted to focus on defense after slowly rebuilding the offense over the past few years.
Dunbar standout newcomer Daxter Miles' immediate introduction to the Poets' boys basketball rivalry with Edmondson wasn't ideal, as he was quickly sent to the bench with two first-quarter fouls Wednesday.
Jai Miller, who spent last season in the Orioles¿ minor league system with Triple-A Norfolk and Double-A Bowie, has reportedly enrolled at the University of Alabama for the spring semester and intends to join the football team there.