The #Titans have placed T Michael Oher on injured reserve & promoted DB Khalid Wooten from the practice squad to the 53-man roster.
Pro Football Talk "Titans offensive tackle Michael Oher says his critics don’t know what they’re talking about, and he’s sick of it. Asked about speculation that Oher might end up on the bench behind rookie first-round draft pick Taylor Lewan, Oher said he hasn’t heard it. And then he proceeded to indicate that..." August 13
Titans are signing former Ravens OT Michael Oher to a 4-year, $20M deal that includes $9.5M gtd. Blindside to Nashville.
CSN Baltimore "The Ravens are not expected to re-sign right tackle Michael Oher, and with that in mind, Oher is lining up visits. ESPN.com reports Oher will visit with the Titans on Friday. He also has a visit lined up with the Raiders, according to the Baltimore Sun. Both teams would be good fits for Oher...." March 14
Ravens have not entered into contract talks with Michael Oher, according to a source. Not expected to. Still concentrating on Monroe
CBSSports.com "The Baltimore Ravens are hopeful they can retain left tackle Eugene Monroe, according to team sources, after acquiring him from Jacksonville in a midseason trade. Monroe is eligible for unrestricted free agency in March, but keeping him is a priority for Baltimore, which has gone through some..." December 22
Baltimore Sun "Ravens offensive tackle Michael Oher characterized his sprained right ankle as the worst of his entire football career. However Oher who's limping slightly and not in a walking boot didn't rule himself out for Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns. "It's definitely hurting me pretty..." September 11
Baltimore Beat Down "Ravens right tackle Michael Oher will probably not miss any time due to the sprained ankle he sustained during Thursday's game against Denver according to a report from the Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson. Oher injured his ankle on Ray Rice's 1-yard touchdown run in the first half of Baltimore's..." September 09
CBSSports.com "Ravens tackle Michael Oher's ankle injury does not appear severe and not expected to miss significant time according to a source with knowledge of the situation. Oher Baltimore's starting right tackle was knocked from Thursday's opener when teammate Marshal Yanda was rolled onto his ankle." September 07
Baltimore Sun "It was a costly game for the Ravens' offense and special teams Thusday night sustaining damaging losses in terms of injuries as two key players left the game nursing ailments. First Pro Bowl kick returner Jacoby Jones sprained his knee in the second quarter; he didn't return. Jones indicated..." September 06
CSN Baltimore "Michael Oher has found his comfort zone with the Ravens. Entrenched at right tackle, Oher is a key component of a Ravens offensive line that enters training camp far more settled than last season. Bryant McKinnie is re-signed and back at left tackle, and he reported to minicamp focused and in..." June 23