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Baltimore Ravens don't know if Dennis Pitta will ever play again

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The Baltimore Ravens still have no idea if star tight end Dennis Pitta will ever be able to play again.

Pitta suffered a fractured and dislocated hip against the Cleveland Browns in week three that kept him out for the rest of the season. This was the second time in two years that he had suffered the exact same injury.

Pitta's hip has now fully recovered from the effects of the injury in the sense that he is now leading a normal life and can walk without any aides, but any potential return to the football field is another thing entirely.

“His hip is fully recovered in the sense that the blood flow is there and there’s no lingering problem from either one of the injuries,” Harbaugh said, via the Baltimore Sun.

“So, he’s in great position to live a great life, which is the main thing. Whether it goes to the next step and he wants or is able to play football, that will be up to them. I’m like you. I’m waiting to hear.”

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Over to the NBA now, where Kevin Garnett could make a complete career u-turn. The Brooklyn Nets star is at the centre of trade negotiations that could see him make a return to the Minnesota Timberwolves, whom he was drafted by in 1995.

To the MLS now, where Tim Howard has responded to recent transfer speculation, The Everton goalkeeper revealed in an interview that he wants to retire at the Merseyside club rather than return to MLS.

And finally to college football, where Jameis Winston delivered somewhat of a parting shot to FSU. The former Noles quarterback was at Michigan University to meet with coach Jim Harbaugh and said on video that the Wolverines facilities were so much better than the ones at Florida State.

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