During the course of the 2022 NFL draft, the Baltimore Ravens showed interest in players for a wide variety of positions. They selected playmakers in all three facets of the game in the draft, and every one of their first-year players has the opportunity to make an early impact on the game, whether it be on offense, defense, or special teams.
The Baltimore Ravens selected two tight ends in the fourth round, one from Iowa State and the other from Coastal Carolina. Charlie Kolar came from Iowa State, and Isaiah Likely played for Coastal Carolina.
Is Charlie Kolar injured?
Charlie Kolar is scheduled to have surgery to repair a sports hernia that he sustained. It’s a problem that hasn’t gone away since college.
An update on Kolar’s injury was given on Thursday when head coach John Harbaugh disclosed that the player will undergo sports hernia surgery the following week.
Kolar is anticipated to make a difference in the tight end group that also includes Nick Boyle, Mark Andrews, and Likely. Josh Oliver and others will probably get more opportunities while Kolar is out because he will miss a part, if not all, of training camp as he works to get back on the field.