Oct. 31 10:55 AM PT11:55 AM MT12:55 PM CT1:55 PM ET17:55 GMT1:55 AM 北京时间10:55 AM MST12:55 PM EST11:55 AM CT21:55 UAE13:55 ET15:55 - McClain will remain Baltimore's starting weak-side linebacker against Cleveland. Ravens defensive coordinator Dean Pees says McClain will get the nod Sunday over Josh Bynes, who started the first six games when McClain was sidelined by a spinal cord injury. Analysis: McClain returned in Week 7 and had six tackles in the 19-16 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Bynes was sidelined because of an infected finger. Pees expects Bynes will back up McClain against the Browns, calling it "a good situation now." McClain has been a full-time starter for the Ravens since 2010.
Aug. 27 10:11 AM PT11:11 AM MT12:11 PM CT1:11 PM ET17:11 GMT1:11 AM 北京时间10:11 AM MST12:11 PM EST12:11 PM CT21:11 UAE13:11 ET16:11 - McClain will miss at least the first six weeks of the regular season as he recovers from a bruised spinal cord. Baltimore placed the inside linebacker on the physically unable to perform list because he still is working his way back from the December injury. Analysis: Ravens coach John Harbaugh said last week that Baltimore hasn't ruled out the possibility of McClain playing this year, but he's also made it clear that McClain will not return to football until the MRI of his spinal cord is clear. McClain has been a starter for the Ravens each of the last three years. He had 79 tackles in 13 games last season prior to his injury.