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11/10/14 - DT Timmy Jernigan has overcome some injuries to be a force for the Ravens. In Week 10 against the Titans, Jernigan recorded his first career sack against Zach Mettenberger in the second quarter. Jernigan, a second-round pick out of Florida State, also finished with a career-high four tackles. "We just have to get back on track, we hit a little bump in the road," Jernigan said. "We just have to stay strong, and stay together, have faith in ourselves and have faith in the organization that we'll get back to where we belong."
11/09/14 - DT Timmy Jernigan got his first career sack against Titans quarterback Zach Mettenberger in the second quarter. Jernigan, a second-round pick out of Florida State, also finished with a career-high four tackles. "The first one was great," Jernigan said about the sack. "The guys were really excited for me. I get the feeling there is more to come."
10/20/14 - DT Timmy Jernigan, a second-round draft pick from Florida State, was back in the lineup after missing four games with a knee injury. He could be a key contributor if he can stay healthy. Jernigan did not have a tackle but reported no ill effects. "Man, it was so great to be out there," Jernigan said. "It's so competitive in practice with (Terrell) Suggs, (Elvis) Dumervil and (Haloti) Ngata. It really prepares you for the game, but there's nothing like the game. I love playing with these guys. They can just flat-out get to the quarterback. It makes it so competitive and makes you really sharpen your game. I had to go out there and make the plays."
10/15/14 - DT Timmy Jernigan remains on the mend following a recent arthroscopic knee surgery to repair a meniscus problem.
The second-round draft pick from Florida State returned to practice Wednesday for the first time since getting hurt Sept. 11 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. He appeared to be moving carefully during drills.
"It felt good to get back out there and be back around the guys and get my feet wet," Jernigan said. "It's a matter of keeping on progressing and hopefully getting back on the field as soon as possible."
Jernigan downplayed the severity of the injury, characterizing it as minor. However, it sidelined him for four games and he's not a lock to play Sunday.
"No more surgeries," Jernigan said when asked if he thinks he'll require more procedures after the season.
Whether Jernigan will play Sunday remains undetermined, but there's a shot he plays, especially with defensive lineman Christo Bilukidi not practicing due to an ankle injury.
"It could come down to a confidence thing," Jernigan said. "It's a confidence factor and making sure we do things the right way between now and Sunday in terms of treatment and rest."
10/08/14 - DT Timmy Jernigan is out for a month with a meniscus injury