Report: Ziggy Ansah should be cleared by mid-August
Ziggy Ansah got some good news on the injury recovery front.
Ansah went for a medical checkup with Dr. Neal ElAttrache regarding his surgically repaired shoulder, according to NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport. The reviews reportedly were positive, and the important thing is Ansah is set to be cleared by mid-August.
FA pass-rusher Ziggy Ansah, who just wrapped up his #Ravens visit today, saw expert Dr. Neal ElAttrache on Monday. Source said the reviews were positive, his shoulder is structurally sound & he should be cleared by mid-August. The key is getting strength back in his shoulder.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 24, 2019
Ansah, who turns 30 next month, is a free agent. He played last year under the franchise tag for the Detroit Lions, but they let him walk this offseason and signed Trey Flowers instead. Ansah had four sacks in seven games last season, but 12 the year before. The pass rusher met with the Baltimore Ravens on Wednesday.
Teams interested in signing him will want to be sure his shoulder is intact before offering him a contract.