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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Contract adjusted, frees cap space

    Humphrey had $8.965 million of his $10 million base salary converted into a signing bonus Monday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. The contract readjustment created over $7 million in additional cap space for the Ravens. Humphrey is making his way back from a torn pectoral he suffered in Week 13 of last season, but he is expected to be ready to go for the start of the 2022 regular season.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Rehab progressing well

    Humphrey (pectoral) said Monday that his rehab process is "going well" and "it feels good to get back healthy again," Kevin Eck of the Ravens' official website reports. Humphrey suffered a season-ending torn pectoral muscle during a Week 13 loss to the Steelers and was subsequently placed on injured reserve. He finished the 2021 campaign with 58 tackles (44 solo), an interception, a forced fumble and 13 pass defenses. The 25-year-old signed a five-year, $98.75 million extension at the beginning of the 2020 campaign and figures to be a key piece of Baltimore's secondary for the foreseeable future, so the Ravens will likely be cautious with Humphrey's rehab during the offseason.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Officially placed on IR

    Humphrey (pectoral) was placed on injured reserve Wednesday. Humphrey's move to IR is simply procedural since the cornerback sustained a season-ending torn pectoral muscle in Sunday's loss to Pittsburgh. Across 12 appearances during the 2021 campaign, the 25-year-old totaled 58 tackles (44 solo), an interception, a forced fumble and 13 pass defenses.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Suffers unknown injury

    Humphrey will need an MRI, according to head coach John Harbaugh, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports. Humphrey's injury is unknown, and Harbaugh would not share details after the Ravens' 20-19 loss to the Steelers. No report of an in-game injury was given either. Harbaugh did add that the injury could force him to miss some time. Any extended absence would be a major blow to Baltimore's secondary and likely force Tavon Young into a larger role.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Impressive tackling night

    Humphrey recorded nine tackles (six solo) and a pass breakup in Sunday's 33-27 overtime loss to the Raiders. The pressure is on Humphrey now that Marcus Peters (torn ACL) is done for the season. The 2017 first-round pick put together a massive tackling effort in the season opener, and he'll need to be active in coverage Week 2 against the Chiefs.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Returns to practice

    Humphrey (groin) is practicing Wednesday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. Humphrey missed just under two weeks of practice due to a groin strain, so it's encouraging to see him back on the field. Barring any setbacks, the Pro Bowl cornerback appears to be trending in the right direction for Sept. 13's season opener in Las Vegas.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Limps off practice field early

    Humphrey departed Tuesday's practice early after slipping in a one-on-one drill, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. Humphrey was reportedly able to limp to the locker room under his own power. The Pro Bowl cornerback is one of Baltimore's key defensive playmakers, so it will no doubt be of utmost importance for the team to ensure his health. At this time, the details and severity of Humphrey's apparent injury remain undisclosed.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Questionable after full practice

    Humphrey (shoulder) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's wild-card matchup in Tennessee, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Humphrey was a full participant in Friday's practice, per Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun, which would seem to hint that he's trending in the right direction for Sunday's game. The star cornerback has missed only one game in 2020 -- a Week 9 win over the Colts due to being placed on the COVID-19 list.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Sidelined at practice

    Humphrey (shoulder) was unable to participate in Wednesday's practice, Humphrey is apparently dealing with a knee issue to go along with his shoulder injury. He recorded six tackles (five solo) and three passes defensed in last week's 27-13 victory over the Giants. His status at practices the remainder of the week will give a better idea of how serious the injury is, as the team may just be erring on the side of caution early in the week.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Returns from COVID-19 list

    The Ravens reinstated Humphrey (illness) from the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday. After landing on the list Nov. 2 following a positive COVID-19 test, Humphrey was cleared to rejoin the Ravens after completing a 10-day quarantine and testing negative at least two times in a row. The star cornerback missed last week's win over the Colts while he was in quarantine, but assuming he feels fine from a physical standpoint, he should take on a normal workload in Sunday's game against the Patriots. Expect Humphrey to spend much of the contest shadowing Jakobi Meyers, who has emerged as quarterback Cam Newton's clear top target in the passing game over the past three weeks.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Should be back for Week 10

    Coach John Harbaugh expects Humphrey (illness) to be activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list this week and play Sunday against the Patriots, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. The 24-year-old tested positive for COVID-19 at the start of November and can't return to the facility for at least 10 days, but it appears the Ravens expect him to be back after the minimum. Humphrey should return to his starting role once officially activated.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Returns to action

    Humphrey (shoulder) has returned to the team's Week 1 contest, Daniel Oyefusi of The Baltimore Sun reports. Humphrey was questionable to return but was spotted back on the field shortly after being deemed questionable. He'll retake his role as an outside corner opposite Marcus Peters.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Extended into fifth year

    Humphrey had his fifth-year option picked up Tuesday, Albert Breer of TheMMQB.com reports. This was simply a procedural move, as Humphrey is considered one of the best young cornerbacks in the league. He posted career-high numbers across the board in 2019, including 65 tackles, three interceptions and two defensive touchdowns.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Labeled questionable

    Humphrey (thigh) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bills. Humphrey was listed as a full participant in Friday's walk-through practice, so it looks as though he has a good shot to suit up for Sunday's tilt in Buffalo. If the 2017 first-round pick is indeed cleared to take the field, he stands to draw his usual start at cornerback across from Marcus Peters.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Returns fumble for TD

    Humphrey had five tackles (four solo) and returned a fumble 18 yards for a touchdown in Sunday's win over the Seahawks. WR DK Metcalf literally dropped the ball while attempting to switch it between hands in the fourth quarter, and Humphrey was able to come up with the ball and take it to the endzone. The 2017 first-round pick has 22 tackles (18 solo), two interceptions and two forced fumbles through seven games.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Picks off Dalton

    Humphrey registered one solo tackle, two passes defended and an interception in Sunday's 23-17 win over the Bengals. Humphrey picked up his second interception of the season and logged 100 percent of the defensive snaps in the game. The 23-year-old doesn't pile up tackles - 17 in six games - but he has a nose for the ball, creating four turnovers for his team this campaign. He'll be tasked with slowing down Russell Wilson and the Seattle passing attack in Week 7.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Ready to roll

    Humphrey (hip) is officially listed as active and will play in Sunday's home game against Cleveland. Humphrey had been nursing the injury since Week 3 and was only able to log limited practice during the week. As evidenced by this news, the 2017 first-round pick is good to go, and it's reasonable to assume he'll take on his usual role as one of the starting cornerbacks for the game.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Dealing with injury

    Humphrey (back) didn't participate in Wednesday's practice, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. While there wasn't an appearance of injury during the season opener -- he played 46 of 49 snaps and recorded an interception -- it's a troubling sign that Humphrey wasn't able to practice in any capacity Wednesday. The Ravens' secondary would be severely depleted without Humphrey since fellow starter Jimmy Smith (knee) won't play Sunday versus the Cardinals. Humphrey still has two days to get back onto the practice field and clear up any concerns.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Snags INT in season opener

    Humphrey recorded a tackle, two pass breakups and an interception in Sunday's 59-10 win over the Dolphins. Humphrey had just four interceptions in his first two seasons, but he's starting this campaign off on a high note. To be fair, it was against the Dolphins, who were forced into high-risk throws while trailing by a mile, but he's proven in coverage with now 28 pass breakups in 31 games. Look for him to continue the success against rookie QB Kyler Murray and the Cardinals in Week 2.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Suiting up Sunday

    Humphrey (groin) is active for Sunday's contest against the Chiefs, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Humphrey was limited at practice Friday after being held out earlier in the week. He'll figure to operate as the primary backup at right cornerback behind Jimmy Smith once again.
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