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Derrick Mason dislocates a finger

Receiver Derrick Mason ended a brief retirement earlier this month to return to the Ravens.

But there’s a chance he won’t suit up for the team’s preseason opener.

According to the Baltimore Sun, Mason dislocated a middle finger on Tuesday while trying to scoop up a low pass.  He left practice and returned in street clothes, with the finger wrapped.

Coach John Harbaugh said that “we don’t anticipate any problems” due to the injury.

Still, with Mark Clayton out due to a hamstring injury and Demetrius Williams hobbled by a similar problem, the Ravens will be limited at wideout when they face the Redskins, if Mason can’t play.

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4 Responses to “Derrick Mason dislocates a finger”
  1. Coughlins Happy Pills says: Aug 12, 2009 9:16 AM

    Welcome back to the league DM.

  2. JoeFlaccosUniBrow says: Aug 12, 2009 9:24 AM

    It’s preseason…everyone milks injuries unless you are on the bubble.
    Regardless, anything dislocated hurts like a son of a …

  3. mustbechris says: Aug 12, 2009 9:41 AM

    If he can play with a dislocated shoulder, then I’m damn sure he’ll find a way to play with a dislocated finger too.

  4. KILLER FIN says: Aug 12, 2009 12:49 PM

    Should just hang ’em up Mason!!!

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