Ravens report no new injuries, except to team photographer

In the third quarter of Sunday's game against Green Bay, Tandon Doss collided with Phil Hoffman, which tore the team photographer's Achilles. Hoffman returned and finished the game. - Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

Ravens team photographer Phil Hoffman tore his Achilles tendon after Tandon Doss collided with him. After the injury, Hoffmann returned to finish his work duties.

The Ravens football team experienced no new injuries following Sunday's 19-17 loss to Green Bay.

But that doesn't mean all employees escaped the game unscathed.

Team photographer Phil Hoffmann was on the left side of the end zone shooting the game during the third quarter when Joe Flacco attempted to find Tandon Doss for a touchdown. Doss made the catch but couldn't get both feet in bounds.

In the process, his momentum of the play took Doss to the ground and directly into Hoffmann's path. Hoffmann suffered a torn Achilles as a result. However, that wasn't going to stop him. He returned to the sideline to finish a hard day's work.


That's quite impressive for a photographer to return to the sideline after sustaining that kind of injury.

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That kind of dedication will certainly earn the respect of the players. Linebacker Jameel McClain has already offered his support.



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