On Wednesday night Dennis Pitta, his wife and young son dressed in Halloween costumes making fun of his current injured status.
It has been five weeks since Dennis Pitta had a second surgery to repair a fractured hip.
When or if the Ravens tight end returns to the football field remains in question.
“In a few months, we’ll see how I’m feeling and how things are going, and we’ll be able to make some determinations then,” Pitta said via the Baltimore Sun.
The 29-year-old was given a five-year, $32.5 million contract with $16 million guaranteed in February.
That contract came after Pitta missed the first 12 games of last season after undergoing his first surgery.
“With an injury like this, I think there’s always doubt and there’s always uncertainty,” Pitta said. “That was the case last year. I didn’t know if I’d be able to make the full recovery and get back on the field, and it’ll be the same this time. It’s a pretty serious injury, and something that takes time to heal and something that has to heal correctly in order to get back out there. So I’m being patient, we’ll see when that time comes.”