Wolfe was listed as a non-participant on Tuesday's practice estimation due to an illness. The Ravens are in the midst of a COVID-19 outbreak with multiple players moving to the reserve list, but Wolfe may just be dealing with a standard illness. Wolfe's status will receive more clarity when Baltimore releases its official injury report for Thursday's matchup with Pittsburgh.
Wolfe (neck/concussion) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice. Coach John Harbaugh said Wolfe "should be fine" for the Week 8 matchup against the Steelers, and the defensive end's full-speed practice certainly lines up with that notion. Wolfe should be ready to start against a sturdy offensive line Sunday.
Coach John Harbaugh said Wolfe (neck/concussion) "should be fine" after the Ravens' upcoming bye week, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports. The 30-year-old was inactive for Sunday's win over the Eagles, but he'll have the bye week to rest up before the team returns to practice for the Week 8 matchup with the Steelers. Wolfe has 15 total tackles and is without a sack in four games this season.
Wolfe (neck/concussion) is inactive for Sunday's game versus the Eagles. Wolfe popped up on the injury report Thursday and was unable to practice Friday, so it's not surprising that he'll sit out for Sunday's clash. Jihad Ward and rookie Justin Madubuike are expected to rotate in at defensive end and try to exploit the Eagles' banged-up offensive line Sunday.
Wolfe (neck) was a late add to Thursday's injury report, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports. Wolfe suited up in Sunday's game against the Bengals despite an elbow issue, but he now appears to be dealing with a new problem. A late add to the injury report certainly isn't a good sign, so expect the team to monitor the veteran closely for Friday's practice. If Wolfe is forced to sit out Sunday's game against the Eagles, look for Jihad Ward to take on a starting role at defensive end.
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