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It’s been a tough offseason for the Baltimore Ravens and things don’t seem to be getting better.

On Tuesday, rookie guard Nico Siragusa was carted off the field during training camp after injuring his knee during a practice drill and is expected to miss the entire season, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

Siragusa is the latest of nine Ravens players who are expected to miss the entire 2017 season. Since August, Baltimore has already lost interior lineman John Urschel and All-Pro linebacker Zach Orr to retirement, tight ends Crockett Gillmore, Dennis Pitta (career ending) and Darren Walker to season-ending injuries or suspensions, running back Kenneth Dixon to a torn meniscus in his left knee, cornerback Tavon Young to a torn ACL and Maurice Canady to knee surgery, according to Reddit user “BillBeyondTheWall.”

Quarterback Joe Flacco (back) also had an injury scare last week, but is reportedly feeling better with the “Arrow [pointing] up,” according to Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio.

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