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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Officially active Sunday

    Humphrey (calf) is not listed on the Ravens' inactive list ahead of Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Chiefs. Humphrey missed last week's divisional-round win over Houston after also sitting out the regular-season finale due to a calf issue. The 27-year-old logged back-to-back limited practices Wednesday and Thursday before participating in full Friday, and he's now officially ready to return for the postseason. Humphrey has appeared in 10 games this season, logging 26 tackles and five passes defended, including an interception, and he'll reprise his starting spot at cornerback opposite Brandon Stephens.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Expected to play Sunday

    Humphrey (calf) is expected to play in Sunday's game versus the Chiefs, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Humphrey logged a full practice to close out the week, so he was trending in this direction. Still, final confirmation on his status is unlikely to be confirmed until the Ravens share their inactive list prior to Sunday's game. The 27-year-old would presumably take on his usual starting role at cornerback opposite Brandon Stephens if the former ultimately gets the green light.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Could return Sunday

    Humphrey (calf) is listed as questionable ahead of Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Chiefs. Humphrey was able to practice in full Friday after opening the week with back-to-back limited sessions, which means he very well could be trending towards playing in Sunday's AFC Championship Game. The Ravens' secondary has likely grown accustomed to playing without Humphrey, as the 27-year-old has already missed eight games this season; however, the addition of an All-Pro cornerback would be extremely helpful, especially when going up against an offense that's led by Patrick Mahomes. If Humphrey is unable to return to the field this weekend, Ronald Darby would likely start alongside Brandon Stephens as Baltimore's top outside corners.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Returns to practice

    Humphrey (calf) returned to practice Wednesday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Baltimore's top cornerback last played Week 17 and wasn't able to practice at all ahead of the team's divisional-round win over Houston. A return for Sunday's game against Kansas City likely would push Ronald Darby out of the starting lineup, though slot corner Arthur Maulet could also lose playing time. The position looked like one of Baltimore's biggest weaknesses coming into the season, but the cornerbacks have held up strong even with Humphrey missing eight full games and parts of two others because of injuries. Darby, Maulet and Brandon Stephens were the top three cornerbacks for the divisional round, albeit with No. 3 safety Geno Stone playing a few more snaps than Maulet.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Ruled out for divisional round

    Humphrey (calf) has been ruled out for Saturday's contest versus the Texans. Humphrey was unable to practice all week, making his absence for the divisional-round matchup with Houston no surprise. The cornerback will look to return to the practice field next week if Baltimore is able to advance, but in the meantime, Ronald Darby and Arthur Maulet will step into more prominent roles in the Ravens' secondary against the Texans.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Remains unavailable for practice

    Humphrey (calf) was a nonparticipant at the Ravens' practice Wednesday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Humphrey suffered a calf injury in Week 17 versus the Dolphins and he has now missed the team's first two practice sessions of the week ahead of its matchup with the Texans on Saturday. The cornerback will look to practice in some capacity Friday to increase his chances to play in the divisional round.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Begins week with DNP

    Humphrey (calf) did not participate in Tuesday's practice, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Baltimore is coming off its bye week after locking up the No. 1 seed in the AFC, which allowed Humphrey to rest his lingering calf issue an additional week before returning to the field. Despite the extra week of rest, the 27-year-old cornerback was unable to practice Tuesday. The Ravens are likely being cautious with Humphrey's injury in hopes of a long playoff run and his practice participation will be something to look out for over the next two days.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Added to injury report

    Humphrey is listed as questionable ahead of Sunday's matchup with the Lions due to an illness. Humphrey popped up on the Ravens' injury report due to being under the weather. His status Sunday will depend on how he is feeling closer to game time. Rock Ya-Sin and Ronald Darby would be candidates to replace him opposite Brandon Stephens at corner should he ultimately not suit up.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Questionable to make return Sunday

    Humphrey (foot) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game at Pittsburgh, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports. Humphrey was a full participant at practice Friday, so he should be considered to be on the probable end of the questionable designation. If he's ready, he'll take back over as Baltimore's top cover corner across from George Pickens and the Steelers.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Will miss opener

    Humphrey (foot) is listed as out for Sunday's game versus Houston. After undergoing a surgery on his foot back in mid-August, Humphrey will now be forced to sit out of at least one game to start the 2023 season. The Ravens will be thin at cornerback until their three-time Pro Bowler returns, with Rock Ya-Sin probably being their best qualified player to take over as the top dog.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: On track for early part of season

    Coach John Harbaugh said Tuesday that he's confident Humphrey (foot) will return during the first quarter of the regular season, Brian Wacker of The Baltimore Sun reports. The Ravens have Humphrey on their initial 53-man roster and thus get the option of playing him before Week 5. He had foot surgery in mid-August, with the Ravens previously saying they expected their top cornerback to return early in the regular season. It sounds like Humphrey is still on track to debut at some point in September or early October.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Back-to-back games with sack

    Humphrey recorded seven tackles (five solo) and one sack during Sunday's 10-9 win over the Broncos. Humphrey tied his season high with seven tackles, a mark he's reached four times, and recorded his third sack over his past four appearances. The 2017 first-round pick will look to continue his strong play during a divisional clash against Pittsburgh in Week 14.
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  • Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Questionable to face Broncos

    Humphrey (ankle) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Broncos. Humphrey apparently played through the injury in Baltimore's Week 12 loss to the Jaguars. After failing to practice Wednesday, he progressed to a full session Friday. That positive trend seems to indicate Humphrey will be available against Denver, though his status will become official prior to kickoff Sunday.
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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: 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: 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: 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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