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09/21/15 - DL Timmy Jernigan returned to the lineup after missing the end of preseason and the opener in Denver with a knee injury. Jernigan finished with one hit on the quarterback and had a costly penalty on the Raiders' final drive. Oakland also managed 97 overall rushing yards on 19 carries.
09/17/15 - DT Timmy Jernigan (knee) was able to fully participate in practice this week and should be ready to start Sunday against Oakland. He was ruled out of the season opener against the Broncos after getting limited reps leading up to the game.
09/16/15 - DT Timmy Jernigan (knee) was ruled out in the season opener against the Broncos despite expressing optimism he could play. It's possible Jernigan could return this week against the Raiders. His presence would be a boost to an already stout defensive line.
09/14/15 - DT Timmy Jernigan missed three weeks of training camp with a knee injury and was held out of the season-opener against Denver. Earlier in the week, Jernigan expressed optimism that he would be available. Jernigan is expected to fill the void left by All-Pro defensive tackle Haloti Ngata, who was traded to the Detroit Lions in the offseason. His status for Week 2 against Oakland is uncertain.
08/31/15 - DT Timmy Jernigan went down with a knee injury in the first quarter against Washington. He was taken to the locker room for further evaluation and did not return. Jernigan missed four games last season because of a knee injury. His status for the regular season opener is uncertain, but Ravens coach John Harbaugh was optimistic the injury is not too serious.