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Pryce injured, out for year?

Baltimore Ravens defensive end Trevor Pryce 

The Baltimore Ravens took another injury hit, as it appears that defensive end Trevor Pryce will be on the shelf for awhile with a pectoral muscle injury.  After the Ravens’ overtime loss to the Cleveland Browns this past Sunday, Pryce said that he had tore the pectoral (chest) muscle, but didn’t think it was a season-ending injury.

According to Ravens head coach Brian Billick, as told to Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County (MD) Times, “The biggest concern is Trevor Pryce.  They’re doing all the imaging right now to find out. It’s a pectoral muscle, strained, tore, whatever. The prognosis right now isn’t very good.”  More definitive information should be available later today or Wednesday.  Pryce is no stranger to injury as he had sat out 5 previous games this season with a broken wrist for which he had surgery performed on.


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