Center Matt skura has passed a medical and is expected to participate in the team’s first equipped training, Baltimore Ravens officials announced on Sunday.
Scola’s recovery is unparalleled, having torn his knee nine months ago, the anterior cruciate ligament, the posterior cruciate ligament and the medial collateral ligament. Since the off-season, Ravens have been saying that scura is recovering faster than expected and can return during training camp.
Skura has signed a one-year contract with the team and he can become an unrestricted free agent after the season. This is also the main reason why Scylla decided to stick to the war.
Skura worked with a private offensive forward coach last month on the Bulls pass, and his knee didn’t feel too bad.
“It gives me a lot of confidence. It’s like, well, my knees give force to my legs. I feel it’s OK to take part in regular training
Before the injury, Scylla was like an iron man. He started 36 games in a row and took part in 1814 attacks, which was the most in the NFL during the same period.