Ravens' Mason OK for camp

June 17, 2006|By JAMISON HENSLEY

A day after Derrick Mason limped off the field to end spring minicamps, the Ravens confirmed their leading receiver will be ready for training camp at the end of next month.

Mason bruised his ankle while diving to make a touchdown catch Thursday and was later treated with ice. The injury was considered so minor that the Ravens didn't send Mason for X-rays.

In his first season with the Ravens, Mason led the team last season with 86 receptions, which set a Ravens' single-season record.

He has not missed a game since 2002, making 58 straight starts.

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