Ravens veteran offensive guard Ben Grubbs underwent surgery last week to remove bone spurs in his ankle. According to the Carroll County Times, Grubbs had surgery on the ankle each of the past two years. Grubbs has started 48 consecutive regular-season games. “I’m still rehabbing my ankle,” Grubbs said.
“That’s definitely my top priority. I feel great. I feel a lot better than the last surgery. I played in some pain the last two years. It’s been rough on me. Over the last two years, I accumulated more bone spurs and that was causing me problems. They got rid of those hopefully. I give a lot of props to my doctors. They did a great job.”
Grubbs has has been rehabbing his ankle in Pensacola, Fla. “Hopefully, I’ll be able to get back to 100 percent,” said Grubbs, a Pro Bowl alternate selection last season who’s entering his fifth season as a starter. “I’m getting ready for an awesome season.”