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    Pitta injury



    Gasp! Say it ain't so!

    Aaron Wilson ‏@RavensInsider 12m
    John harbaugh said dennis pitta has a dislocated hip 'it's a serious injury' unclear how long out but long time he'll be out




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    Out at least 6 weeks




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    Re: Pitta injury

    two things you don't want to hear at camp - no shows and injuries. hope he makes a full recovery in time for week 2
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    Sucks but I'm glad it wasn't another concussion
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    Re: Pitta injury

    Just saw where Jeremy Maclin tore up his knee and will miss the season. I guess in perspective Pittas injury is just a setback
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    Re: Pitta injury

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    Just saw where Jeremy Maclin tore up his knee and will miss the season. I guess in perspective Pittas injury is just a setback
    I agree. Sucks that he's injured but could be worse.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    Sucks but I'm glad it wasn't another concussion
    Yea I'm with you. The selfish side of me is mad he got hurt at all but when putting into perspective and how many concussions he's had previously I think I'm happy this happened for his healths sake and his future.

    Get well Dennis!

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    Damn, this sucks. I hope the Furstenberg kid steps up.




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    Re: Pitta injury

    Could be worst. Ed Dickson, time to get your name back on Sportscenter game 1.




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    Re: Pitta injury

    Paging Matt Furstenburg.




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    Maybe Dallas Clark for a tryout to see if he's still got something in the tank (if the DP injury is seriously... fingers crossed its not)?? Caldwell obviously knows Dallas well and he is a spread-out receiving type TE with great hands.

    I absolutely love DP, but if I were the Ravens, I'd be a bit apprehensive giving him a big contract. Unfortunately he is kinda injury-prone. Hell now with the TE going over the middle in today's NFL all the time, they are in harm's way and always an injury risk. I predict that the TE position will become similar to RBs. Shelf life is only gonna be 6 good years, and then its time to get a new one.
    Last edited by ravensnhokies; 07-27-2013 at 05:51 PM.




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    Matt furstenburg just became the spotlight of training camp. Let get it kid! We're all rootin for ya! Don't rush back pitta do not want this to linger!




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