Ravens WR Derrick Mason could miss training camp this season but remains optimistic that he'll be ready for the start of the regular season. Mason, who has led the Ravens in catches for three of his four seasons here, had surgery to repair his scapula and the labrum in his left shoulder in February. He didn't practice during this weekend's mandatory minicamp. "I guarantee I'll be ready by the first game, that's all I can say," Mason said Sunday, the final day of the team's minicamp. "Everything else, we'll play it by ear." Asked if he would be ready for training camp in late July, he said, "Don't know. I really don't. All I can say for certain -- well, not even for certain -- if everything continues to progress the way it has been, I'll be ready for the first game."
Derrick Mason could miss training camp
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