OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Baltimore Ravens lost their second wide receiver for the remainder of the offseason workouts this spring when reserve wide receiver Aldrick Robinson sprained the medial collateral ligament in his knee in Tuesday's organized team activity.
"He'll be ready to go in training camp," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Wednesday.
Robinson, who had caught 30 passes in four years with the Washington Redskins, is considered a long shot to make the Ravens. He spent last season on Baltimore's practice squad.
His injury comes one week after receiver Michael Campanaro injured his quadriceps muscle. Campanaro is also going to be out until training camp, which will begin in late July.
The Ravens still have nine healthy receivers on the 90-man roster: Steve Smith, Breshad Perriman, Kamar Aiken, Marlon Brown, Darren Waller, Jeremy Butler, DeAndre Carter, Daniel Brown and Cam Worthy. Baltimore is expected to keep five or six receivers, and injuries could play a big part in who survives to get to the 53-man roster.
"It's going to be very competitive at wide receiver," Harbaugh said. "You're going to have guys who are going to have nicks. One day to the next, different guys are going to get reps and throws. That's what really determines who moves on. Who can do it and do it the next day and the day after that over the long haul. We'll find out who those guys are."