BALTIMORE, July 25 (UPI) -- Baltimore Ravens first overall draft pick Sergio Kindle has been hospitalized, the team said Sunday, reportedly with a head injury.
A statement released by the Ravens said the linebacker was in stable condition and was being treated at University Medical Center Brackenridge in Austin, Texas.
"Members of our medical staff, including Bill Tessendorf and Dr. Andy Tucker, have spoken with doctors in Texas. We understand Sergio is stable at this time, and that he is being tested and observed," Ravens General Manager Ozzie Newsome said.
Little was known about the circumstances surrounding Kindle's injuries, but The Baltimore Sun reported "it is believed" the rookie suffered a head injury after falling down two flights of stairs in a house he was visiting Thursday night in Austin.
Kindle was the Ravens' first overall pick in the second round in April's draft. He was to report to McDaniel College with Baltimore's other rookies Monday when the team's training camp starts.