Humphrey (undisclosed) will play in Thursday's preseason game against the Dolphins, Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Thursday will mark Humphrey's in-game debut for the Ravens after sitting out of their preseason opener due to an undisclosed issue. Humphrey did go through warmups prior to the Ravens preseason opener, showing that he was close to being ready for game action. A first-rounder, Humphrey has looked strong at times throughout camp as he looks to carve out a role in the Ravens secondary early in his career.
Humphrey (undisclosed) will not play Thursday, but it appears he will return to practice in the near future, Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun reports.
According to Zrebiec, Humphrey is on the field going through some warmups, including running and cutting. The 2017 first-round pick will have to wait to make his official Ravens debut, but it seems that the undisclosed issue that has kept him on the sidelines may be behind him. If Humphrey remains on course, he could return to practice sooner rather than later.
Humphrey (undisclosed) is considered to be day-to-day, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
There seems to be some obvious good and bad takeaways from this development. Starting with the good, an undisclosed designation, while ambiguous by nature, is often substituted for minor injuries. Also, it's encouraging to see him listed as day-to-day, meaning he should be close to making a full recovery from whatever is keeping him away from practice. However, it's a little unnerving that the team expected him be practicing Monday after having missed each of the previous four practices. For now, it appears there's still reason for optimism, but that could change relatively quickly if Humphrey isn't back on the field soon.
Humphrey (undisclosed) did not participate in practice Thursday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun reports.
He was limited to individual drills Wednesday before being given the full day off Thursday. The team has yet to announce what exactly is bothering Humphrey at this time, but there should be more information on the nature of his injury in the coming days. Humphrey had gotten off to a strong start in camp prior to his injury, snaring a pair of interceptions during 11-on-11 drills.
The rookie out of Alabama has an opportunity to make an instant impact with fellow cornerback Tavon Young (knee) out for the season. While training camp practices don't necessarily correlate to in-game success, it's encouraging nonetheless that Humphrey is generating this kind of buzz this early in his first training camp. According to Downing, both of Humphrey's interceptions Friday came while he was covering Breshad Perriman, which shows that the young corner can hold his own against one of the speediest wideouts in the league. If Humphrey continues to impress in practice, he will warrant a significant role early in his career.
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