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News: Dixon was diagnosed with a meniscus tear in his knee and will undergo surgery Tuesday, Jamison Hensley of reports.
Impact: Dixon was already set to miss the first four games of the 2017 campaign for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing drugs, but the knee setback likely ensures that he'll be sidelined for the remainder of training camp, and possibly for additional time after the suspension ends. Meniscus tears often require a six-to-eight-week recovery time, but depending on the severity, that timetable could be prolonged, which is a distinct possibility with Dixon given that this is his third knee injury in the last 12 months. In order to address Dixon's absence in camp, the Ravens are looking into signing free agent running back Bobby Rainey, but he'll be well behind Terrance West and Danny Woodhead on the depth chart. West and Woodhead may continue to see the bulk of the snaps out of the backfield even once Dixon heals up.
News: Eluemunor passed his conditioning test and was removed from the non-football injury list, Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Impact: Eluemunor failed his conditioning test the first time around and was subsequently placed on the NFI list. However, he passed on his very next attempt and should be good to go moving forward.
News: Williams (knee) was able to practice Saturday for the first time since injuring his knee, Ryan Mink of the Ravens' official site reports.
Impact: Williams' return is a welcomed sight for a Ravens team that has dealt with a multitude of serious injuries to its tight end corps in recent years. He'll likely be heavily limited to start training camp, which commences Thursday, but the 2015 second-rounder should return to top form sooner rather than later.
News: Bailey (undisclosed) has reverted to the Ravens' injured reserve list.
Impact: Bailey will likely remain on injured reserve for the entire 2017 season unless he and the Ravens agree to an injury settlement. As such, the former college quarterback will need to wait another year before trying his hand as an NFL wide receiver.