The Baltimore Ravens‘ wide receivers have stood out through the start of training camp, but as the team heads into padded practices, some are now dealing with injuries.
Coach John Harbaugh said that Marquise “Hollywood” Brown missed his third straight workout after leaving Thursday’s session early. He didn’t give a timetable for the return of the third-year wide receiver.
“Marquise has still got his issues with his hamstring, it turned out to be worse than what they told me it was going to be,” Harbaugh said. “He’s out until he’s back.”
Rashod Bateman was also absent Monday, and Harbaugh said the first-rounder was suffering from muscle tightness.
BaltimoreRavens.com’s Clifton Brown reports that Bateman has a strong practice Saturday night at M&T Bank Stadium, but he missed some reps and could be seen stretching on the sideline before the stadium practice ended.
“It’s just training camp, a lot of running, a lot of tightness,” Bateman said Saturday. “No big issue.”
Brown also notes that Miles Boykin, the third-year receiver, walked off the field Monday accompanied by a member of the medical staff toward the end of practice.
“It looks like something with his hamstring. We’ll have to see how it is,” Harbaugh said.
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