Cameron says that Grubbs will probably be a game-time decision

Left guard hasn't played since Week One with toe injury

November 03, 2011|By Jeff Zrebiec

Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron said that left guard Ben Grubbs will probably be a game-time decision for the team's game Sunday night against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Grubbs, who is battling a toe injury, hasn't played since the Ravens' season-opening 35-7 victory over the Steelers. Andre Gurode has been starting in his place.

"Any time you can get a player like Ben back, it's big because he played extremely well in the first game so we'll see," Cameron said. "He'll probably be a game-time decision and we'll take Ben back at any point in time. Andre, really for a guy who has never played left guard in his entire career, it's been miraculous what he's done. He hasn't been perfect. He knows that. But it's been really good and he's given us a chance to win every game so I think you have to give him a lot of credit for doing something that he's never done before."

Grubbs was a limited participant in practice yesterday, but that was viewed as progress because he didn't practice at all last week.  

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