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Ivy in stable condition after kidney tear

Ivy in stable condition after kidney tear

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Baltimore Ravens cornerback Corey Ivy is in stable condition with a kidney tear after experiencing a medical scare significant enough that the team's charter flight back from Denver made an unscheduled landing early Tuesday morning in Pittsburgh.

Ivy, 29, is expected to possibly stay for several days at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Presbyterian Hospital under the observation of renal specialists. Team physician Andy Tucker stayed in Pittsburgh with Ivy, who suffered the injury in the third quarter of the Ravens' 13-3 loss to the Broncos. Team officials said the condition wasn't life-threatening. Ivy, whom doctors initially... Recommended Stories

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