Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh gave updates on some injured players after the end of rookie minicamp Saturday ...
Offensive lineman Kelechi Osemele: He underwent season-ending back surgery in November. "K.O. [Kelechi Osemele] looks good. He’s been out here; he’s been 100 percent in what we’ve been allowed to do so far. So, we have seen really no issues with him at all."
Running back Bernard Pierce: He underwent rotator cuff surgery in January. "He’s been allowed to move around a little bit, but we just can’t risk him falling on it right now and getting a setback. So, you’re probably looking at training camp for him, which shouldn’t be an issue as long as you don’t get a setback.”
Wide receiver Michael Campanaro: The seventh-round pick tweaked his hamstring before the start of minicamp and sat out both practices. "He is going to have to work that back into shape and hopefully he’ll be back out there next week."
Defensive end Brent Urban: The fourth-round pick didn't participate in the Ravens' rookie minicamp, although it was expected. Urban had ankle surgery earlier this year and is not expected to practice until the end of the month at the earliest.