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Will Rackley (concussion) did not participate in practice Thursday.

Rackley, who missed virtually all of last year with a leg issue, was supposed to provide depth for the offensive line. He'll need to pass the NFL concussion protocol now before stepping back onto the practice field. Consider him more week-to-week than day-to-day.
Analyst: Howard Bender  View Profile

21 Aug, 06:09 PMSource

Owen Daniels (leg) did not participate in practice Thursday.

Daniels has missed the last few days with leg soreness and will not play in Sunday's preseason game. You can still consider him day-to-day but don't expect him back until some time next week.
Analyst: Howard Bender  View Profile

21 Aug, 05:12 PMSource

Jah Reid (concussion) did not participate in practice Thursday.

Reid has also been dealing with a calf issue. He seems to have fallen behind on the depth chart and it looks as if he will be relegated to back-up duties this season. Injuries could open the door for him in the future, but for now, they keep holding him back.
Analyst: Howard Bender  View Profile

21 Aug, 04:24 PMSource

Coach John Harbaugh said CB Jimmy Smith (bruised chest) could play Saturday, but the team is being cautious.

Smith made 58 tackles with two interceptions and two forced fumbles for the Ravens last year and is slated to start opposite Lardarius Webb on the Ravens defense.
Analyst: Jonathan Impemba  View Profile

21 Aug, 02:26 PMSource

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Analyst: Jeff Mans  View Profile

17 Jul, 07:49 PMSource

Ravens receiver Torrey Smith "anticipates a versatile role that incorporates his ability to run deep routes as well as short to intermediate patterns.

Oh, you mean like a real wide receiver and not a one-dimensional one? Well we hope so, Torrey. It would be nice if we could get a little more value out of you in PPR leagues. While these comments are all well and good, they should not change your ranking of Smith. Just because he says it, doesn't mean it's true.
Analyst: Howard Bender  View Profile

20 Aug, 12:28 PMSource

TE Owen Daniels is dealing with some leg swelling, but nothing serious.

Consider Daniels day-to-day but this leg issue has no effect on his draft value. He is still considered the second tight end for the Ravens but should see some passes thrown his way.
Analyst: Howard Bender  View Profile

19 Aug, 03:34 PMSource

Owen Daniels remains sidelined with leg soreness.

The beat reporters around the Ravens don't seen overly concerned about Daniels leg issues but that maybe because they know he won't have much of a role on this team playing behind Dennis Pitta. There is not much, if any, fantasy value to Owen this season.
Analyst: Drew Phelps  View Profile

19 Aug, 01:24 PMSource

Brett Van Sloten (knee) did not practice Monday.

The un-drafted free agent is dealing with a MCL sprain and is expected to miss a few weeks.
Analyst: Spencer Silva  View Profile

18 Aug, 10:06 PMSource

Asa Jackson (ankle) may be able to play in the third preseason game, according to head coach John Harbaugh.

The third-year Jackson is expected to be the back-up corner behind Lardarius Webb and Jimmy Smith in Baltimore. He's a talented cover corner, but was been suspended in each of his first two seasons after testing positive for PEDs.
Analyst: Spencer Silva  View Profile

18 Aug, 09:28 PMSource

Rick Wagner has won the starting right tackle job, according to head coach John Harbaugh. 

Wagner was the favorite for the role, but could find himself in trouble if the Ravens can find someone better to man the spot. His job, though, is prolly safe. Not that that matters to most of us fantasy footballers, except those that study O-lines before drafting.
Analyst: Ivar G. Anderson  View Profile

18 Aug, 08:58 PMSource

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