Kindle injury not a good sign

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The Baltimore Ravens took linebacker Sergio Kindle in the second round of last April’s National Football League Draft in hopes that his injury problems would be behind him.

However, that is not the case as Kindle recent injury turns out to be a fractured skull, and that isn’t a good sign.

According to reports, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh stated that Kindle was staying at a friends house, woke up in the middle of the night, made a wrong turn, and fell down the stairs.

Hopefully, his friend has homeowners insurance as Kindle is expected to miss all of training camp, but could be ready for the season opener.

However, just like Harbaugh said he would have a lot of catching up to do, which means Kindle will miss a lot of playing time early on.

In the end, incidents like these can be costly at the end of the year.

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