The Ravens came out of the regular season with no serious injuries, according to Head Coach John Harbuagh, however, there will be two players that will have medical procedures done in the offseason.
Cornerback Lardarius Webb will have a procedure done to fix a sports hernia. He appeared on the Ravens injury report in Week 12 and it left him limited in practice through Week 15. During his season, he made 74 tackles, two interceptions and 23 passes defensed.
Center Gino Gradkowski will have a procedure called arthroscopic knee surgery. He started all 16 games this season. Harbaugh stated that he has seen progress in this second year offensive lineman, which replaced veteran Matt Birk.
Gradkowski looks at his first year as a Raven a learning process. “There were some things I could have done better this year, but I feel like I continued to get better each week, which is good.”