The Ravens have been dealing with a difficult stretch to begin training camp.
Four players were already out with season ending injuries, and on Tuesday the Ravens suffered another blow.
Rookie offensive lineman Nico Siragusa and wide receiver Quincy Adeboyejo were both carted off the field Tuesday. Siragusa tore multiple ligaments in his knee,
Head coach John Harbaugh didn't have an update on their status.
Wide receiver Breshad Perriman also left practice early after injuring his hamstring in individual drills, head coach Harbaugh says he doesn’t expect Perriman’s injury to serious.
"Guys are going to get nicked up, guys are going to come back, guys aren't going to come back, guys are going to come back next year. It's the National Football League. Look around the whole league, said Harbaugh. “So no, you don't lament that stuff, you just forge ahead. I'm very confident in our guys and the type of team that were going to have, I'm not worried one bit."
As to the highly controversial signing of Colin Kaepernick, Harbaugh says there is nothing new. The speculation was the Ravens would sign the former quarterback since Joe Flacco is out of practice dealing with a back issue.
Last week Flacco said he'll be fine, he just needs some rest.
Receiver Michael Campanaro did return for his first practice of training camp Tuesday. He was forced to sit out the majority of the offseason due to a toe injury.