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09/19/14 - DT Timmy Jernigan (knee) is doubtful for Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns.
09/17/14 - DT Timmy Jernigan has a meniscus issue that could force him to miss a game or two, according to a source. The hope for now is that the second-round draft pick will avoid having to undergo surgery.
Jernigan got hurt against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
During training camp, the Ravens lost defensive linemen Brent Urban (torn ACL) and Kapron Lewis-Moore (torn Achilles) to season-ending injuries.
With Jernigan sidelined, the Ravens could need to insert new defensive tackle Christo Bilukidi into the rotation for the first time since he was claimed off waivers last week. The former Cincinnati Bengals and Oakland Raiders lineman was inactive against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
07/31/14 - Rookie DT Timmy Jernigan injured his back Wednesday during the same play where Brent Urban got hurt.
05/13/14 - 2014 NFL DRAFT BEST VALUE PICK: BALTIMORE RAVENS: Round 2/48 -- Timmy Jernigan, NT, 6-2, 300, Florida State...Disruptive inside, Jernigan fell due to concerns about a diluted drug specimen. The Ravens checked into it and felt comfortable enough to draft Jernigan. He provides a stout presence. - The Sports Xchange
05/12/14 - Jernigan was emphatic in dismissing initial reports that he had failed a drug test. Under its drug testing program, though, the NFL treats diluted samples as the equivalent of a positive drug test. "It wasn't a positive drug test, the sample was diluted," Jernigan said during a conference call with Baltimore reporters. "I was losing weight very fast, and it was causing me to cramp. My nutritionist wanted me to start drinking a lot more water. She would have to put salt in my Gatorade to keep me from cramping. I had to go see another doctor in Jacksonville and she had to do an IV on me the week leading up to the combine. "I feel like that was the reason for the diluted test. When I got the information from the NFL saying that I had a diluted test, I reached out to the doctor. I never got a response back from anyone, just trying to figure out what was going on and if something was found in my urine test, what was it? I never got any answers. Then, all of this madness just starts. Man, it's just crazy." - The Sports Xchange