Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Greg Senat is being disciplined before the first regular-season game of his rookie season.
Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reported Senat tweeted and then deleted a picture of himself wearing a protective boot on his injured right foot, which didn't sit well with Ravens head coach John Harbaugh.
"He'll be disciplined for that," Harbaugh said. "So, I'll make sure that we take care of that."
Senat started Saturday's preseason victory over the Miami Dolphins because Ronnie Stanley and James Hurst were dealing with injuries of their own. Hensley noted the rookie "left the game early after suffering turf toe," which prompted the walking boot.
Harbaugh suggested Senat will be sidelined "for a while."
The Ravens selected Senat with a sixth-round pick out of Wagner to add depth to what was a position of strength last year. Football Outsiders ranked Baltimore's offensive line as the NFL's sixth-best run-blocking unit and fourth-best pass-blocking unit during the 2017 campaign.
While Senat will be out, the Ravens start their season on Sept. 9 against the Buffalo Bills.