For the first 13 weeks of the season, Pitta had been helpless to watch the highs and lows while he was sidelined with a fractured and dislocated hip. At times, he wasn't sure if and when he would be back to help this teammates for their playoff push.
As snow continues to fall, Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta and several other players are testing their footing and running routes hours before kickoff today against the Minnesota Vikings at M&T Bank Stadium.
Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta was officially activated from injured reserve-designated to return today prior to a 4 p.m. NFL deadline, clearing the way for him to make his return to play Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings. Pitta participated in team drills all week without incident after being limited to individual That included making a diving catch for a touchdown and landing on his surgically-repaired right hip and bouncing up unfazed, according to a source.
Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin drifted onto the field with his back turned to the play in the third quarter Thursday night, narrowly avoiding a collision with Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones during a long kickoff return.
A week after Ray Rice rushed for a season-high 131 yards in an overtime loss to the Chicago Bears, the star running back found himself in a timeshare with backup running back Bernard Pierce in Sunday's 19-3 win over the New York Jets.
Dennis Pitta remains on injured reserve-designated to return and wasn't activated prior to today's NFL transaction deadline, meaning he's not eligible to play in Sunday's game against the New York Jets.
The statuses of Ravens Pro Bowl nose tackle Haloti Ngata and starting tight end Dennis Pitta remains undetermined for Sunday's game against the New York Jets. However, Pitta is regarded as unlikely to play.
Former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis has taken some criticism after taking out his credit card on the air at ESPN and saying he would help pay a fine for a player who delivered a late hit to a quarterback.