OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta might be ready to make his season debut Sunday after being sidelined since July with a hip injury.
Pitta returned to practice this week for the first time after he dislocated and fractured his hip on the second day of training camp.
Baltimore coach John Harbaugh says Friday "there is always a chance" that Pitta will play Sunday against the New York Jets."
Pitta says, "We're going to see how I feel (Saturday), see how I feel the next day and go from there."
Although he's had only a few days on the field, Pitta says, "It's amazing how quickly it can come back. I'm feeling strong, running well, so everything's positive."
Pitta had 61 catches last year for the Super Bowl champions.