Ravens CB Rolle has neck surgery after stinger, will miss month

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Baltimore Ravens starting cornerback Samari Rolle underwent neck surgery this week and will be out at least a month.

Rolle suffered a stinger in a 28-10 victory Sept. 21 over the Cleveland Browns after intercepting a pass in the fourth quarter.

"It was all kind of related from a stinger perspective. That was what he felt, the tingling in the shoulder, too," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Friday. "We have a time frame on him; it's maybe a month plus. He had a surgery this week on his neck to clean things up in there."