Ramczyk had his fifth-year option picked up Thursday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Ramczyk and Marshon Lattimore both had their fifth-year options picked up in what was an expected move. The Saints are expected to re-sign their 2017 first-round pick at some point in the near future.
Ramczyk (undisclosed) was an active participant at Saints' practice Monday, Josh Katzenstein of The Times-Picayune reports.
Ramczyk left Thursday's practice with an undisclosed injury. While the team was tight-lipped regarding the situation, it now appears the issue was nothing serious. Barring any setbacks, the first-round pick out of Wisconsin is seemingly on track to start the season protecting quarterback Drew Brees' blind side.
Ramczyk (undisclosed) left Thursday's practice early with an apparent injury, Josh Katzenstein of The Times-Picayune reports.
Ramczyk appears to be battling another ailment after being limited earlier in training camp with an unspecified injury. At this point, Ramczyk has not been ruled out for Saturday's preseason contest against the Texans. However, with training camp winding down, the former Wisconsin Badger needs as many reps as possible as he competes for starter snaps at left tackle.
After being sidelined nearly a week with an unspecified injury, Ramczyk returned to practice Friday, Mike Triplett of ESPN reports.
Ramczyke was taken with the last pick of the first round in the 2017 draft. He fell a bit due to a hip injury that needed to be surgically repaired. Assuming he remains healthy. the rookie projects to start at left tackle in Week 1 protecting quarterback Drew Brees' blindside.
The Saints selected Ramczyk in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft, 32nd overall.
With the pick taken in exchange for Brandin Cooks, the Saints get the player who was widely considered the top tackle in the draft at one point, but one who may have fallen a bit due to a hip injury that needed surgical repair. Ramczyk doesn't have the look of a dominant lineman, but he should be reliable.