Baltimore Ravens: Casey Walker Waived, Deflategate Looms

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Sep 11, 2014; Baltimore, MD, USA; Fans pose for photos in front of a statue of former Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis prior to the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

The repeating of the irrelevant story that revolves around the Patriots is not the only thing happening off the field. The Ravens are upgrading the experience fans are going to have at M&T Bank Stadium.

The team has a 26-6 record over the past four seasons at home. The fans should have an even better experience when watching their team in Baltimore. You can read more about the full changes being made here.

Here are some injury notes from Wednesday’s practice.

Rookie wide receiver Breshad Perriman (knee) missed practice again, along with wide receiver Marlon Brown (back). However, linebacker Elvis Dumervil (tendonitis) returned to practice after missing the last four.

Harbaugh said the doctors are holding the rookie receiver out, so it is uncertain when Perriman will return to the field. The Ravens have had several of their younger cornerbacks missing games also.

Cornerback Tray Walker (hamstring) was sidelined, but Rashaan Melvin (hamstring) returned to practice. In the absence of third-year safety Matt Elam, Will Hill is stepping up to try to fully claim the strong safety position.

The team takes the field again Thursday, August 6.

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