Ravens' Green released from hospital

Baltimore Ravens outside linebacker Roderick Green was released from Sinai Hospital on Monday and was upgraded to good condition after being stabbed in the stomach early Sunday morning outside a Randallstown bowling alley, according to police officials.

However, no arrest has been made as Baltimore County police continue to search for a man described by officials as a 5-foot-10 black male with a thin build.

"The investigation is ongoing," police spokeswoman Vickie Warehime said. "We have no specific suspect at this time."

Green, 24, was stabbed once by an unknown assailant in the parking lot of Kings Lanes at 4111 Deer Park Rd. in Randallstown. Warehime said that Green inadvertently bumped into the man and an argument ensued at nearly 1 a.m.

When Green left the building to avoid a heated situation, the man chased the third-year reserve defender and special-teams standout outside and stabbed him once. Green fled the scene and was pursued until he outran his attacker.

Police urged anyone with information to contact them immediately at their Baltimore County Woodlawn division at 410-887-6837.

Green's injuries aren't believed to be serious, and team officials termed it too early to speculate whether the 6-foot-2, 245-pounder would be available for the start of training camp which begins July 27 in Westminster.

Drafted in the fifth round out of Division II Central Missouri in 2004, the Texas native is entering his third season. He registered 11 tackles and two sacks in 16 games last season.

Green has a reputation as a soft-spoken, friendly personality. He has never been in trouble with the law, according to a public records search

Aaron Wilson writes for Ravens Insider and the Carroll County Times in Westminster Maryland.

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