The Baltimore Ravens have injury updates on a couple of players.
Here is what Harbaugh said about Richardson via BaltimoreRavens.com:
"Trent just needs to get healthy...I think the workload and the amount of work it takes to be a world-class conditioned athlete is something that he's working on right now. That's something he needs to understand and that's where he needs to get himself. When he gets himself there, he's got talent. I'm very certain he'll get there, and when he does, we'll be able to evaluate him."
On other fronts, Ravens third-year wide receiver Michael Campanaro has a tweaked ankle that he suffered a couple of weeks ago according to Harbaugh. Campanaro is already in a tough spot as the team has a logjam at wide receiver with Steve Smith Sr., Breshad Perriman, Kamar Aiken, Mike Wallace, Jeremy Butler and Keenan Reynolds in the fold. Campanaro can't afford to be hurt too long or there won't be a spot for him eventually.
At running back rookie Kenneth Dixon tweaked his hamstring during rookie minicamp according to BaltimoreRavens.com's Ryan Mink. Dixon is a guy who many consider being a legit threat to be the starting running back to open the 2016 season. Dixon was rated on a lot of draft boards as the second best running back during the 2016 NFL draft behind Dallas Cowboys' running back Ezekiel Elliott who was selected with the fourth overall pick.
Other important notes:
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco was reportedly watching practice from the sidelines as he is still recovering from a torn ACL/MCL and outside linebacker Terrell Suggs is getting back in playing shape at the Under Armour Performance Center recovering from his torn Achilles injury. Smith Sr. is recovering from his own Achilles injury as well.