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Draft Scout Kelechi Osemele News
10/16/14 - OG Kelechi Osemele (bruised, hyperextended right knee) returned to practice.
10/06/14 - LG Kelechi Osemele suffered a sprained right knee in the third quarter against the Colts, but was able to return to the game. Osemele called the injury "minor" after the game and should be available against Tampa Bay in Week 6.
09/17/14 - OG Kelechi Osemele (foot-ankle) practiced and isn't listed on the injury report.
06/01/14 - G Kelechi Osemele is healthy after undergoing surgery to repair a herniated disk in November.
"K.O. looks good," Harbaugh said. "He's 100 percent, he's fine from the back. K.O. jumped out at me. Really practicing fast and sprinting back to the huddle. He's in really exceptional condition."
02/25/14 - G Kelechi Osemele has made enough progress after undergoing back surgery that he's expected to participate in the first day of the offensive conditioning program in April.
Osemele had a herniated disk repaired in November.
"K.O., we expect him to start the offseason program," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said at the NFL Scouting Combine. "He's in there working out. K.O. is way far along in his training. He's doing great. He's in there every day."
The Ravens haven't decided where Osemele will line up next season. He played left guard before going on injured reserve last season and also during the Ravens' Super Bowl run after starting every game as a rookie at right tackle.
"We have started thinking about that, I don't think we know yet," Harbaugh said. "The good thing about K.O. is he's got versatility. He gives you some options and then you can see where he best fits on the offensive line."
When the Ravens' season ended, Osemele was upbeat about his medical outlook.
"It's going well, I feel great," Osemele said. "I'm trying to get in as good a shape as possible for next year and work on the things I need to work on to get back on the field.
"I'm feeling pretty good about it as far as the strength in my legs is returning. The symptoms going down my leg are gone. The surgery was a success."