• Michael Oher is moving around better

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Sep 13, 2013
    "I work hard to be out there every Sunday for the team," Oher said. "I'm doing the best I can to get to 100 percent," Oher said Wednesday before practice. Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Michael Oher hasn't missed a game in his NFL career, and that streak likely won't come to an end Sunday against the Cleveland Browns . Oher, who had full practices all week, was listed as probable on the injury report. Oher was injured when guard Marshal Yanda rolled into his leg in the second quarter and he didn't return. They could start rookie Rick Wagner , who struggled in the season opener in Oher's spot, or they could start Jah Reid at left guard and move Kelechi Osemele to right tackle. The team will likely use recently signed Shaun Draughn on kickoff returns because backup running back Bernard Pierce , who filled in on kickoff returns, was limited Wednesday with a thigh injury.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Oher practices for second straight day

      There were no changes to the Ravens' injury report Thursday. Four players didn't practice: wide receivers Jacoby Jones (knee, already ruled out) and Deonte Thompson (foot); nose tackle Brandon Williams (toe); and center Ryan Jensen (foot). Defensive lin…
      Source: ESPN.com
  • Michael Oher practicing Wednesday, Arthur Jones returns

    Offensive tackle has sprained ankle, defensive lineman had viral infectionRavens defensive lineman Arthur Jones returned to practice for the first time since being stricken with a viral infection that caused a buildup of fluid near his heart.

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