The Baltimore Ravens have once again suffered another season-ending, this time to linebacker and special-teams ace Albert McClellan. Speaking of injuries, the Dallas Cowboys got some positive news regarding the status of linebacker Anthony Hitchens, while the Chicago Bears saw receiver Cameron Meredith suffer a horrific injury.

McClellan latest Ravens' player to miss all of 2017

Today the Baltimore Ravens announced that Albert McClellan has torn his ACL, meaning that he will be missing all of the upcoming 2017 season. According to head coach John Harbaugh, the linebacker suffered the injury during a non-contact drill at the end of practice last week.

Apparently, his knee gave out on him when he planted his foot and tried to change direction.

The team then waited a few days for the swelling in his knee to go down before taking an MRI, which revealed the torn ACL. McClellan has led the team in special teams tackle in three of the last six seasons. He is also coming off the best season of his career, as the seven-year veteran started 11 games as he was thrust into a starting role. McClellan is the tenth player the Ravens have lost for the season since June 1st.

Cowboys get good news on Hitchens' knee

During Saturday's preseason game, the Dallas Cowboys starting middle linebacker Anthony Hitchens went down with a knee injury, with the team fearing he had torn his ACL.

Now, sources have told ESPN's Todd Archer that the linebacker has merely suffered a tibial plateau fracture in his right knee. He is expected to need about eight weeks to recover from the injury but will be back this season. Hitchens may be put on injured reserve to start the season and then be designated to return when he is fully healthy.

Bears' Meredith sees season end before it begins

Yesterday, Chicago Bears wide receiver Cameron Meredith was carted off with an air cast on his left leg during the first quarter of the team's preseason game against the Tennesse Titans. The receiver's leg twisted gruesomely while he was being tackled to the ground, with the team suspecting that Meredith had torn his ACL.

Today, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported that a source told him that an MRI showed that the receiver did indeed have a torn ACL, along with other damage to his knee. Further tests will have to be undertaken to determine the extent of this other damage but regardless Meredith is out for the year. The 24-year-old is coming off a season in which he had 66 receptions for 888 yards 4 touchdowns.