Just glad that we NOT drafted him with/out our "worldclass" passrush
According to Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times, Baltimore Ravens injured rookie outside linebacker Sergio Kindle will undergo two to three days of neurological and other medical exams next week to examine his fractured skull, according to coach John Harbaugh.
The Ravens expect him to begin the season on the physically unable to perform list, but didn't rule him out for playing at some point this season.
"He's been able to work out," Harbaugh said. "Some of it's coming from Sergio, who's very optimistic, but also from the doctors who say he's ahead of schedule. He's really recovering very quickly, which is very encouraging. That's why we want to get him here and have the doctors compare notes with the people down in Dallas."
As far his timetable, Harbaugh said: "The basic expectation is he'll be on PUP to start the season. There's no way he'd be ready to go. Nobody would risk that, but I think he goes on the inactive PUP to start the season and then we evaluate it from there and see where we're at."
When asked if he would rule out the former University of Texas star for the season, Harbaugh said: "No."