Packers LB Jeremy Thompson will not play Monday night against the Ravens because of a neck sprain that caused him to be hospitalized overnight.
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Posted: Friday, September 25th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns, David Bowens, Ed Reed, Jamal Lewis, James Davis, L.J. Smith, Phil Dawson, Shaun Rogers, Week 3 injury report
Browns RB Jamal Lewis is doubtful to play Sunday against the Ravens because of a hamstring injury that has kept him from practicing all week. If Lewis can’t play, the rushing duties are expected to be shared by Jerome Harrison and James Davis, the latter of whom is listed as probable with a shoulder injury.
Posted: Friday, September 18th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Ed Reed, L.J. Smith, LaDainian Tomlinson, Louis Vasquez, Marcus McNeill, Nick Hardwick, San Diego Chargers, Terrell Suggs, Week 2 injury report
Chargers RB LaDainian Tomlinson has been ruled out of the Week 2 matchup with the Ravens. Tomlinson suffered a sprained right ankle against the Raiders on Monday night, and it has kept him out of practice all week.
Posted: Wednesday, June 10th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Alex Smith, Andy Reid, Brian Westbrook, Channing Crowder, JaMarcus Russell, L.J. Smith, Leon Washington, Miami Dolphins, New York Jets, Rex Ryan, Terrell Owens
Jets coach Rex Ryan — perhaps taking after his outspoken father, Buddy Ryan — has wasted no time adding heat to the already hot AFC East rivalries.
Tight end L.J. Smith believes he made the right decision to sign with the Baltimore Ravens after six seasons in Philadealphia, where he said he felt he was “treated like a number.”
Free agent tight end L.J. Smith signed with the Baltimore Ravens Friday morning, consummating the expected re-union with the former Eagles tight end and Coach John Harbaugh.
As free agency heads into its second month, teams continue to search for players to fill out their rosters. While many of the high-profile names have signed, a number of valuable players remain on the market — and some might be nearing agreements with new teams.
Tight end L.J. Smith will visit with the Baltimore Ravens on Wednesday to see if both sides are interested enough to agree on a contract. No terms have been agreed upon heading into the meeting, according to two sources, and Smith’s visit continues his offseason push to find a new team.
Eagles free-agent tight end L.J. Smith left Detroit this afternoon and headed straight to Atlanta for a visit with the Falcons.
Free agency’s initial wave is over. But the second wave also has some compelling players, including former Eagles tight end L.J. Smith.
The Eagles had a number of offensive starters on the injury report this week, including TE L.J. Smith, OT Jon Runyan and RB Brian Westbrook. Runyan was listed as questionable, but he’ll be ready to go. FB Dan Klecko was listed as doubtful but will play.
NFL.com senior writer Steve Wyche reports from Giants Stadium that Eagles TE L.J. Smith is active and will start today against the Giants.
The full injury report doesn’t come out until after 5 pm eastern, but the Eagles already have ruled out tight end L.J. Smith, who suffered a concussion last Sunday vs. Atlanta.
Eagles TE L.J. Smith left the game against the Falcons with a concussion early during the fourth quarter and did not return.
Rams inactives: Brock Berlin (3rd), WR Donnie Avery, RB Brian Leonard, S Brannon Condren, LB David Vobora, G Roy Schuening, T John Greco, DE Eric Moore.