The Baltimore Ravens' 2022 first-round pick is going to miss a significant chunk of practice ahead of the upcoming season. That player is rookie center Tyler Linderbaum.
John Harbaugh announced Linderbaum's official injury diagnosis just moments ago. The first-round pick doesn't have a lisfranc sprain, but he did sprain another ligament in the foot.
The expectation is that Linderbaum will miss the next one to two weeks. He should be good to by the time the 2022 season rolls around, as long as the rookie doesn't suffer another setback.
"John Harbaugh said center Tyler Linderbaum does not have a lisfranc sprain. He said Linderbaum sprained another ligament in the foot. Prognosis is the same, Harbaugh added," said Jamison Hensley.
Well that's a bit more optimistic than previously believed. It sounds like Tyler Linderbaum could be back soon.
The rookie out of Iowa is expected to be the team's starting center this upcoming season.