NFL News : Breaking: NFL TE likely out for season

Breaking: NFL TE likely out for season

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Baltimore Ravens tight end Crocket Gillmore is expected to miss the entire season after undergoing surgery to repair his MCL. 

The team announced on Tuesday that Gillmore is expected to need five months to make a full recovery. 

Per NBC Sports, it’s the third blow the Ravens have taken at the position this offseason. Dennis Pitta was waived in the spring after his latest hip injury made it unlikely he’ll ever play again. Darren Waller has been suspended for the entire season.

The Ravens signed former New York Giant Larry Donnell over the weekend to go with Benjamin Watson, Maxx Williams and Nick Boyle. Watson should see first teams reps until the Ravens find a real, emerging talent at the position. 

Gillmore is a 25-year-old out of Colorado State who has played in three NFL seasons. His best year was 2015 when he 33 passes for 412 yards and four touchdowns. Last season started just five games, making just eight catches. 

The bad luck just won't leave this guy alone.

Source: NBC Sports · Photo Credit: Keystone Press Agency