ATLANTA -- Tight end
But on a night where Flacco was hit several times,
Dickson, the starting tight end who caught 54 balls for 528 yards and five touchdowns last season, subluxed his shoulder on the touchdown catch, coach
“We’re pretty sure it’s just a sprain but we’re going to get an
The loss of Dickson for a significant stretch would be a blow to the Ravens who are already without tight end
That leaves the Ravens with four healthy tight ends: veteran
McBean also goes down
The Ravens' other significant injury of the first half came when nose tackle
The former Denver Bronco figured to be a part of the Ravens' defensive line rotation. McBean is already facing a three-game suspension for violating the league's ban on performance-enhancing drugs.
What was a surprise was Reed running on the field with the first-team defense for the game's first possession. Reed played the first series for the Ravens — an eight play, 80-yard
More inactives for Ravens
As Harbaugh vowed, most of the Ravens who have not practiced much in training camp due to injuries did not suit up for the game.
That list included rookie running back
"Got to wait till I'm back in M&T [Bank] to showcase my skills," Upshaw said a couple of hours before the game on Twitter. "For my real fans know that I want to be out there no matter what but I have to be smart and [when] they allow me back I will be ready!!"
Jones started the game returning kickoffs and punts. He did not return kickoffs for the
Rough sequence for replacement officials
With the regular referees in the midst of a labor dispute with the
The Falcons challenged an incompletion call and after confirming the call on the field was correct, head referee Craig Ochoa announced that "Arizona" will not be charged a timeout.
Ochoa, a Ohio business man and highway commissioner who has also referred semi-pro and college football, was 0-for-2 with the announcement. He then opened himself up for more derision later in the half by again referring to Atlanta as Arizona.
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