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5-11, 3rd in AFC North
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Ravens are loaded with injury questions

Beyond Joe Flacco's ACL recovery, Baltimore has a pair of aging vets returning from Achilles tears, and last year's first-round pick is still trying to get on the field. Injury questions

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens won't have to face Browns WR Josh Gordon (suspended first four games) in Week 2 but will see him at home in Week 10. In three meetings, Baltimore has limited Gordon to six catches for 98 yards and no touchdowns.

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Should the Ravens worry about Flacco?

Even if Joe Flacco comes back healthy from a torn ACL, he's coming off of an ugly season. With training camp on the horizon, ESPN Stats & Info explains. Top stats to know

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Phil Loadholt part of growing NFL trend

The Vikings lineman has called it quits after seven years, making him the 13th player age 30 or younger to hang up his cleats this offseason.

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Joe Flacco is not an elite car salesman (0:17)

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens CB Jimmy Smith (foot) is also not on the PUP, which means he'll be ready for the start of training camp. He's been out the entire offseason after having a procedure on his foot.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens QB Joe Flacco was not placed on PUP, which means he can participate in the first full-team camp practice on Thursday. Flacco and the Ravens believed he would be ready to come back this soon after missing the entire offseason while recovering from season-ending knee injury.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

All six Ravens players on PUP can return to practice once activated. If they remain on PUP to start the regular season, they will six out at least the first six weeks.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens have placed six players on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list; perform (PUP) list: outside linebackers Terrell Suggs (Achilles) and Elvis Dumervil (foot) wide receivers Steve Smith Sr. (Achilles) and Breshad Perriman (knee), running back Trent Richardson (leg) and cornerback Jumal Rolle (Achilles).

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Williams will generate massive interest

Brandon Williams is a critical cog in the Ravens' 3-4 front with his massive 6-1, 335-pound frame. When he hits free agency, the interest for his services will be even bigger, writes John Clayton. Clayton: 2017 best free agents (Insider)

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens' upcoming schedule: July 22: Rookies and injured veterans report to camp July 27: Veterans report July 28: First full-squad practice of camp

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Coming off a 5-11 season, the Ravens didn't completely sell out all of their games on first day of single-game sales. Baltimore sold out single-game tickets to Bills, Redskins, Steelers, and Eagles games. There are limited number for Raiders, Dolphins, Browns and Bengals games. "Ticket sale pace is similar to previous years and we're thankful for the enthusiastic support for the Ravens," senior VP of tickets Baker Koppelman said. "We have sold out every game in our history and we expect that to be the case again this season."

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Caplan: Rice offering to donate salary won't matter (0:30)
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Monroe vows to continue fighting for marijuana usage (1:25)
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Monroe cites long-term health as reason for retirement (1:53)
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Stallworth assumes marijuana not main reason for Monroe's retirement (1:06)
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Monroe chooses 'interesting time to retire' (2:03)

Team Stats

Passing Yards266.98th
Rushing Yards92.426th
Points For20.525th
Points Against25.124th

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