Stanley (ankle) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
The 26-year-old is heading for ankle surgery and was already ruled out for the season, so this was simply a procedural move for Baltimore. Orlando Brown will take Stanley's spot at left tackle, with D.J. Fluker working at right tackle.
Stanley will undergo surgery on his ankle, but coach John Harbaugh said he has "a good prognosis long term," Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
The 26-year-old suffered a fractured and dislocated ankle during Sunday's loss to the Steelers, and it's only a matter of time before he moves to injured reserve. Harbaugh also indicated the team is optimistic Stanley could be ready for OTAs in May, which would be about six months of recovery time. Orlando Brown will shift to left tackle while D.J. Fluker takes over at right tackle for the Ravens.
Stanley suffered a fractured and dislocated ankle that likely involves torn ligaments in Sunday's loss to the Steelers, Adam Maya of NFL.com reports.
If Stanley indeed tore ligaments, he'll likely undergo surgery in the near future. Although the All-Pro left tackle has a serious injury, he's expected to have enough time for a full recovery before the 2021 season. That's good news for the Ravens, especially after they signed Stanley to a five-year, $98.75 million contract extension last week. Orlando Brown will shift to left tackle moving forward, and D.J. Fluker will bump into the right tackle position.
Following Sunday's loss to the Steelers, coach John Harbaugh said that Stanley (ankle) will miss the rest of the season, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
The 26-year-old left tackle is considered one of the league's best at the position, and he was rewarded just two days ago with a five-year, $98.75 million contract extension. Harbaugh didn't elaborate on the details of Stanley's injury, but that information should be provided over the next few days. Orlando Brown is the top candidate to fill in at left tackle moving forward, while D.J. Fluker will handle the right tackle position.
Stanley (ankle) will not return to Sunday's matchup against the Steelers after being carted off in the first half.
This update serves as more of a formality, as it seemed a long shot the reigning All-Pro would return Week 8 given that his ankle was immediately wrapped in an air cast upon sustaining an in-game injury. Baltimore will have to rearrange its front five given Stanley's status, which may involve shifting Orlando Brown to the blind side and elevating D.J. Fluker to the starting position at right tackle.
Stanley had an air cast on his ankle and was carted to the locker room during Sunday's game against the Steelers, Mike Jones of USA Today reports.
The 26-year-old is fresh off signing a five-year, $98.75 million extension with the Ravens, and he went down with what is a potentially serious ankle injury. It could be a big loss for Baltimore, especially while going up against Pittsburgh's defensive front. Orlando Brown moves from right tackle to left tackle, while D.J. Fluker enters on the right side for the Ravens.
Stanley signed a five-year, $98.75 million extension with the Ravens on Friday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
The 26-year-old was in the final year of his rookie deal, but he's now locked up with Baltimore through the 2025 campaign. Stanley has started 61 games in his four-plus seasons and will remain the Ravens' starting left tackle for the foreseeable future after receiving more than $70 million in total guarantees.
Stanley (shoulder) is officially active for Sunday's game against the Eagles.
Sunday will mark the second straight week that Stanley will suit up despite battling the shoulder injury, so that could be the norm going forward for the Notre Dame product. Now healthy enough to play, expect Stanley to take over his usual role at left tackle for Week 6.
Stanley (sholuder) is officially active for Sunday's game against the Bengals.
Stanley was forced to miss last week's game against Washington with the shoulder issue, but as evidenced by this news, he's made significant progress in his recovery efforts. Now that he'll play in Week 5, expect the Notre Dame product to assume his usual starting role as the team's left tackle.
Coach John Harbaugh said Monday that he's "very hopeful" Stanley (shoulder) can play Week 5 against the Bengals, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
Harbaugh is optimistic about Stanley's recovery, but Wednesday's practice report will be more telling. He'll be monitored closely throughout the week, and if he can't go, expect Orlando Brown and D.J. Fluker to rotate in once again.
Stanley (shoulder) is inactive for Sunday's game against Washington.
Either D.J. Fluker or Orlando Brown will fill in at left tackle for the time being. It'll be a downgrade for the Ravens, but fortunately they won't have to worry about Chase Young (groin) on the edge. Nevertheless, Montez Sweat and Ryan Kerrigan should keep the starter busy Sunday.
Stanley (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game at Washington, but the Ravens are pessimistic about his chances of playing, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Stanley has missed at least one game every year since the Ravens selected him in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft, and that streak will continue if he's unable to avoid the inactive list ahead of Sunday's 1 p.m. ET kickoff. If the All-Pro left tackle is sidelined, the Ravens will likely turn to either D.J. Fluker or Orlando Brown to replace him.
Stanley (shoulder) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game in Washington.
Stanley didn't practice Friday, a hint that the final decision on his Week 4 availability could come down to a game-time decision. Tyre Phillips would start at left tackle if Stanley were forced to miss any time.
Stanely (ankle) will suit up in Sunday's contest against the Texans.
The veteran suffered the ankle injury in last week's win over Cleveland, however, he was able to gain clearance in time for this week's game. Now healthy, expect Stanley to handle his usual starting role as the team's left tackle.
Stanley (ankle), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game in Houston, is expected to play, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
The star left tackle picked up the ankle injury in the Ravens' season-opening win over the Browns, but his ability to practice in full Friday erased most of the concern about his status heading into the Week 2 matchup.
Stanley (ankle) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Texans, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Stanley was a full participant in Friday's practice, so it looks like he may be trending toward availability for Week 2. A final word on the starting left tackle's status may not come until a few hours before Sunday's 4:25 PM ET contests.
Stanley suffered an ankle injury in the team's Week 1 contest against the Browns and is questionable to return.
It's unclear how Stanley suffered the injury as well as the severity of the knock. With the Ravens cruising to a comfortable victory over the Browns, Stanley will set his sights toward returning in Week 2 against the Texans.
Stanley (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's contest against the Steelers.
The Ravens have already clinched the No. 1 seed in the AFC, so Stanley will get a chance to rest Week 17. James Hurst will likely draw the start at left tackle in his stead.
Stanley (concussion) is active for Sunday's game against the Browns, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports.
After missing last week's game against the Jets, Stanley will return to the lineup as the starting left tackle as the Ravens look to clinch the No. 1 seed in the AFC.
Stanley cleared concussion protocol and is likely to play in Week 16 against the Browns, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Stanley was held out of the team's Week 15 matchup against the Jets with the head injury. However, he returned to a full practice session Wednesday, with his clearance of the concussion protocol serving as the final step in his recovery. If Stanley is active as expected, James Hurst will likely be pushed to the bench.