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By Jeff Zrebiec | July 26, 2013
At the mandatory minicamp last month, Ravens Pro Bowl defensive tackle Haloti Ngata still looked to be favoring the knee he hurt in the Super Bowl, forcing him out of the game in the third quarter. However, that hasn't been evident this week as Ngata has been moving around freely. “Once I left here [in June], I was able to start running a little bit and the weight kind of went down at the same time,” Ngata said. “It was great to be able to run for the last month and a half. It was great timing.
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | September 27, 2014
Maryland will depend on the usual group of core players to beat Indiana on Saturday in the Terps' first conference game as a member of the Big Ten. But Maryland could have to lean heavily on some young and previously under-the-radar players as well. Here are four to keep an eye on: Redshirt freshman outside linebacker Jalen Brooks Brooks started in place of senior Matt Robinson against Syracuse last week and will start again if Robinson is unable to play against Indiana.
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By Katherine Dunn | January 26, 2013
Digital Harbor's A'Lexus Harrison breathed a sigh of relief Saturday afternoon when doctors at Johns Hopkins Hospital told her that she had only slightly sprained her right knee during a game at the 17th annual Basketball Academy. Harrison, a 6-foot All-Metro forward-guard who has signed with Maryland, said Saturday night that nothing was broken and no ligaments were torn when she got tangled up with an opposing player while battling for a rebound. With her knee bent in an awkward position, Harrison had feared she might join a growing list of elite Baltimore-area girls basketball players sidelined this winter with knee injuries.
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | September 24, 2014
Days after Ravens left tackle Eugene Monroe was barely able to hobble back to the huddle against the Cleveland Browns, he underwent arthroscopic knee surgery to address the issue. Although Monroe isn't expected to be sidelined for an extended period of time, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said on Wednesday Monroe won't play on Sunday against the Carolina Panthers and could miss additional games. With the left tackle situation having reached emergency status, Monroe will be replaced in the starting lineup by undrafted rookie James Hurst.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | August 12, 2014
There seemed to be a sense of relief among Orioles fans that third baseman Manny Machado's right knee injury isn't as bad as it looked. X-rays were negative, and Machado said he was a “little sore” after the game. Well, the good news is that Machado walked over to reporters after the game while a pair of crutches went untouched by his locker. The sobering news, though, is that clean X-rays don't mean much in these cases. It's the Tuesday morning MRI that will reveal whether Machado and the Orioles dodged a bullet or whether the club will have to immediately fill Machado's defensive and offensive presence.
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By Dan Connolly, The Baltimore Sun | March 15, 2014
Alexi Casilla was held out of Saturday's game because he is still dealing with some swelling in his left knee. He had been scheduled to start Friday but was scratched with the injury, which occurred days ago when he was hit by a runner while turning a double play. Casilla said he expects he'll be ready to play Sunday. “I told the trainers that I could have played with it,” Casilla said. “They didn't let me today. Same thing. They just wanted the swelling to go down. I said, 'I can play.'" Casilla has played in just three games.
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By Edward Lee | February 20, 2012
The large brace on John Greeley's left knee was about the only noticeable indicator of what the Johns Hopkins junior midfielder has endured since the offseason. Greeley suffered a serious knee injury that raised concerns that he might have been forced to miss the upcoming 2012 campaign. Instead, there was Greeley taking his customary spot on the first line with junior John Ranagan and Rob Guida in the No. 4 Blue Jays' 12-6 rout of Towson on Friday evening. Greeley showed little rust or trepidation when testing Tigers defenders.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | September 11, 2012
Orioles right-hander Jason Hammel, making his second start since returning from arthroscopic surgery on his right knee, left Tuesday's game against the Tampa Bay Rays in the fourth inning with an injury to that knee. After delivering a first-pitch curveball to Rays right fielder Matt Joyce with two outs in the fourth, Hammel limped off the mound after favoring his right leg. Manager Buck Showalter and head trainer Richie Bancells ran to the mound to check on Hammel, who didn't even throw a warm-up pitch to test the injury.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | August 24, 2012
COLLEGE PARK - Fifth-year Maryland linebacker Kenny Tate - who missed all but four games last season with a right knee injury - will be sidelined three to four weeks with an injury to the his left knee. It's the latest preseason blow to ther Terps ' defense. Defensive lineman Andre Monroe had knee surgery this week and is out for the year. Defensive lineman Keith Bowers (unspecified) and defensive backs Matt Robinson (shoulder), A.J. Hendy (ankle) and Isaac Goins (mononucleosis)
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | August 15, 2012
Already without its top receiver who flunked a conditioning test, Navy has also likely lost its second-leading receiver for at least the season opener against Notre Dame in Dublin, Ireland. Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo said after Wednesday's morning practice that senior Matt Aiken will likely miss the game against the Fighting Irish with a knee injury suffered in last Saturday's Blue-Gold scrimmage in Annapolis. Aiken caught only 13 passes for 201 yards and two touchdowns in Navy's run-oriented triple-option offense, but is considered a clutch receiver with great hands.
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | September 21, 2014
Maryland defensive end Quinton Jefferson will miss the rest of the season because of a right knee injury he suffered during the Terps' loss to West Virginia on Sept. 13. Jefferson, who will undergo surgery Friday, had 47 tackles, 7 1/2 tackles for a loss and three sacks while starting all 13 games for Maryland last season. He had eight tackles and a sack in the first three games this year. This is another blow for a Terps defense that has dealt with injuries to several key players since the season began in late August.
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | September 1, 2014
Maryland redshirt freshman wide receiver Taivon Jacobs will miss the rest of the season with the meniscus injury he suffered against James Madison on Saturday, coach Randy Edsall announced Monday on Twitter. Jacobs was injured two plays into the Terps' first drive when he got tangled up with a James Madison defender while attempting to track down a long pass from quarterback C.J. Brown. The news hurts the Terps at a position in which they already have lost depth. Jacobs likely would have played a significant role on offense this year, especially after his brother, Levern, was suspended for the season last week.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | August 12, 2014
There seemed to be a sense of relief among Orioles fans that third baseman Manny Machado's right knee injury isn't as bad as it looked. X-rays were negative, and Machado said he was a “little sore” after the game. Well, the good news is that Machado walked over to reporters after the game while a pair of crutches went untouched by his locker. The sobering news, though, is that clean X-rays don't mean much in these cases. It's the Tuesday morning MRI that will reveal whether Machado and the Orioles dodged a bullet or whether the club will have to immediately fill Machado's defensive and offensive presence.
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By Peter Schmuck and The Baltimore Sun | August 12, 2014
Orioles third baseman Manny Machado was able to walk without help after Monday night's game against the New York Yankees, but he said he has no feel for what Tuesday's MRI on his injured right knee might show. “We don't know,” he said. “We will know more tomorrow about what's wrong with it. The MRI will give us an idea of how many days I'm going to be out. That's what's going to tell us what's going on.” Machado suffered a right knee sprain on a swing in the third inning and appeared to be in great pain after he crumpled to the ground.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | July 31, 2014
Today is going to be crazy, with Ray Rice on the podium, but yesterday was kind of wild too. Here's what happened, courtesy of the Coffee Companion, where we recap the previous day's sports headlines. - Ravens' defensive linemen Timmy Jernigan and Brent Urban went down on the same play yesterday, with Urban's knee injury expected to be serious. Defensive line was thought to be a position of strength , and still could be. - Ray Rice on Thursday will speak publicly for the first time since his two-game suspension.
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By Alejandro Zuniga and The Baltimore Sun | June 1, 2014
BOWIE -- Left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez is one of the Orioles' best prospects, so when he twisted and sprained his knee while lifting weights in late April, Double-A Bowie manager Gary Kendall knew to be cautious. Rodriguez, 21, went more than a month between starts, but Kendall thinks it was well worth the wait. Though Rodriguez may have been able to pitch sooner, the manager didn't want soreness to influence his mechanics, potentially causing other injuries. “You don't want to take any chances, especially so young in his career,” Kendall said about the Orioles' No. 3 prospect, according to Baseball America.
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | September 1, 2014
Maryland redshirt freshman wide receiver Taivon Jacobs will miss the rest of the season with the meniscus injury he suffered against James Madison on Saturday, coach Randy Edsall announced Monday on Twitter. Jacobs was injured two plays into the Terps' first drive when he got tangled up with a James Madison defender while attempting to track down a long pass from quarterback C.J. Brown. The news hurts the Terps at a position in which they already have lost depth. Jacobs likely would have played a significant role on offense this year, especially after his brother, Levern, was suspended for the season last week.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 20, 2014
Coach John Danowski said top-seeded Duke is preparing to meet fifth-seeded Denver in an NCAA tournament quarterfinal Saturday at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore without starting attackman Josh Dionne, who injured his right knee in Sunday's 19-11 victory over Johns Hopkins. “He had an MRI last night at 9 o'clock,” Danowski said Tuesday morning during a conference call. “We don't know the results of that MRI yet, but we're planning to move ahead with Josh.” Dionne, who recorded 49 goals and seven assists this spring, would be replaced in the starting lineup by junior Kyle Keenan, a member of the second midfield who has posted 19 goals and nine assists.
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By Dan Connolly, The Baltimore Sun | March 19, 2014
SARASOTA, Fla. - Orioles manager Buck Showalter thinks it's unfair to dismiss Wei-Yin Chen's 2013 season as a disappointment. After all, the Taiwanese left-hander posted a 4.07 ERA, just a tick above the 4.02 mark from his rookie year in which he was considered one of the most pleasant surprises in baseball. There is a sense within the game, however, that Chen took a step backward last year because he missed two months in the summer with an oblique strain and struggled at the end of the season - possibly because he was dealing with knee discomfort.
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