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MAR 22, 11:56a ET | cover32
Rotowire: Apr 21 / 8:35a ET
News: Pitta (hip) has been able to participate in the Ravens' voluntary conditioning program, which started Monday, the Baltimore Sun reports.
Impact: That said, it remains to be seen if Pitta, whose 2014 season ended with a major hip injury, will be able to play this season, and it probably won't be until sometime this summer that there will be added clarity on that front.
Rotowire: Apr 5 / 10:34a ET
News: The Ravens probably won't know more about Pitta's (hip) status until this summer, baltimoreravens.com reports.
Impact: Pitta is hoping to return from his second hip dislocation in two years, and while both he and the team have thus far expressed optimism, it's no secret that Pitta may not play again. Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti recently suggested that Crockett Gillmore could be the team's primary in-line tight end, adding that he hopes the Ravens can find another move/flex tight end in the middle rounds of the draft. That actually makes a lot of sense, as the Ravens just gave Pitta a five-year contract last offseason, but it's now clear the team needs some form of insurance.