Police report: Ravens rookie can't remember apparent assault
BALTIMORE (AP) — A police report says a rookie Baltimore Ravens kicker doesn't remember the circumstances leading to the apparent assault that landed him in the hospital and on the team's reserve/non-football injury list.
News outlets report Baltimore police twice attempted and failed to speak with Kaare Vedvik at the hospital.
The police report released Tuesday quotes Ravens security head Darren Sanders. The 24-year-old Norwegian told Sanders he couldn't remember what happened after a teammate called around 3 a.m. Saturday. Vedvik had told the teammate he was good.
The report redacts Vedvik's injuries, but says his wallet and phone were missing.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh says he's going to tell his young players to "be a little smarter." Harbaugh says Vedvik's injuries likely cost him an NFL job.