Hill (knee) was cleared for a return to practice Thursday.
Hill had spent the first 10 weeks of the season on the PUP list recovering from a knee injury he suffered in December of 2017. The Ravens now have up to three weeks to decide whether they will activate him to the 53-man roster or move him to injured reserve. The fact that Hill is cleared for practice is certainly a positive sign for a possible activation to the 53-man roster.
Hill (knee) was placed on the PUP list Friday.
Hill landing on the PUP list to begin the regular season is no surprise, given that he suffered a torn ACL and MCL in December of 2017. The second-year cornerback will be forced to miss the first six games of the regular season.
Hill (knee) is expected to stay on the PUP to start the regular season, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
Hill suffered a torn ACL and MCL back in December, and with the injury typically taking up to nine months of recovery time, it's no surprise that Hill is slated to start the regular season on the sideline. He'll be forced to miss the first six games of the regular season if he remains on the PUP.
This comes as no surprise considering Hill is only seven months removed from the torn ACL and MCL he sustained in December. There's no telling when the cornerback will be back in action, and there's a strong possibility Hill will also begin the regular season on Baltimore's PUP list.
Against the Colts in Week 16 last season, Hill suffered a devastating knee injury -- one that included damage to both his ACL and MCL. It seems highly unlikely the cornerback would be even remotely ready for training camp next month, leaving the Ravens with the option to place him on the PUP list.
|13||12/2/18||@ ATL||1:00 pm|
|14||12/9/18||@ KC||1:00 pm|
|16||12/22/18||@ LAC||8:20 pm|
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