Wide receivers coach David Culley said Tuesday that he expects Brown (ankle) will be ready to play following the Ravens' Week 8 bye, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. "When [Brown] comes back and comes back healthy, he'll be just where he was before," Culley said. "I don't see any slowdown in him at all."
The Ravens' open date comes at a convenient time after Brown's ankle issue kept him from practicing last week and resulted in him missing a second consecutive game. With another week to heal up, Brown should be ready to resume practicing in some fashion Week 9 and gain clearance prior to the Ravens' Nov. 3 matchup with the Patriots. Despite missing two contests, Brown trails only tight end Mark Andrews among all Ravens in receptions (21) and receiving yards (326) this season.
Brown (ankle) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Seahawks.
With Brown inactive after missing practice all week, Willie Snead, Miles Boykin, Seth Roberts and Chris Moore are slated to head the Ravens' Week 7 wideout corps.
Brown (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Seahawks after missing practice all week.
While the questionable designation leaves the door open for the speedy wideout to play this weekend, a full slate of missed practices doesn't bode well on that front. Added clarity on Brown's status should come as the Ravens' 4:25 p.m. EDT kickoff approaches, but the fact that the team plays during the second wave of games Sunday limits the lineup substitution options for those inclined to wait things out. If Browns end up being inactive, Willie Snead, Miles Boykin, Seth Roberts and Chris Moore would head the team's wideout corps against Seattle.
Brown (ankle) isn't taking part in Friday's practice, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Brown hasn't practiced in two weeks, which doesn't bode well for his chances of playing Sunday against the Seahawks. The rookie's official status for Sunday's contest will be revealed after Friday's practice comes to a close.
Brown (ankle) remained sidelined during Thursday's practice, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Given that Brown hasn't taken the field since Oct. 6, he's looking pretty iffy for Sunday's game against the Seahawks at this stage. His outlook on that front could brighten some, however, if he practices in any capacity Friday. If he remains out this weekend, Willie Snead, Miles Boykin, Seth Roberts and Chris Moore would once again head the team's wideout corps in Week 7.
Brown (ankle) isn't practicing Wednesday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Brown wasn't able to practice in any capacity last week before sitting out the Ravens' 23-17 win over the Bengals. The rookie first-round pick is still nursing an ankle injury suffered in Week 5, so he'll likely need to increase his activity Thursday and/or Friday to have a shot at suiting up Sunday against the Seahawks.
Brown (ankle) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Bengals.
With Brown unavailable Sunday, Willie Snead, Miles Boykin and Seth Roberts are in line to head the Ravens' wide receiver corps in Week 6, while tight end Mark Andrews figures to once again serve as a key target for QB Lamar Jackson.
Brown (ankle), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals, isn't expected to play, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Meanwhile, Adam Schefter of ESPN notes that the Ravens still aren't certain about Brown's availability, though it would probably be more surprising if ultimately suited up after he failed to practice in any fashion this week. An official call on Brown's status will come 90 minutes prior to the 1 p.m. EDT kickoff, when the Ravens release their inactive list. If Brown sits, the Ravens might be forced to rely more heavily on the likes of Willie Snead, Miles Boykin and Seth Roberts at receiver.
Brown (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals, with his absence from practice throughout the week suggesting he isn't likely to play, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Coach John Harbaugh admitted he was disappointed when Brown had to be held out of practice Friday for a third straight day. The Ravens aren't quite ready to rule out their top receiver, but Harbaugh acknowledged it will come down to a game-day decision before Sunday's 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff. In the event Brown is declared inactive, candidates to replace his snaps and targets would include wide receivers Miles Boykin, Willie Snead, Seth Roberts and Chris Moore, along with tight ends Mark Andrews (shoulder) and Hayden Hurst.
Brown (ankle) will be a game-time decision for Sunday against the Bengals, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Coach John Harbaugh had been hoping Brown would return to practice Friday, but the wide receiver was absent for a third straight day. Brown presumably will be listed as questionable on the final injury report, setting up a game-day decision before Sunday's 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff. The Ravens haven't gotten much production from their other wide receivers, so any and all of Miles Boykin, Willie Snead, Seth Roberts and Chris Moore could see extra snaps and targets if Brown is inactive. The rookie played through an ankle sprain during the second half of last week's win over Pittsburgh, albeit with visible limitations in terms of agility and acceleration.
Brown (ankle) did not take part in Friday's practice, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
Brown has not practiced all week, which does not bode well for his chances of playing in Sunday's game against the Bengals. Brown's status for Week 6 will be revealed when the Ravens' final injury report of the week is released following Friday's practice.
Brown (ankle) remained sidelined at Thursday's practice, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Previous reports suggested that Brown's ankle issue is nothing serious, but now that he's logged back-to-back missed sessions, the speedy wideout's status for Sunday's game against the Bengals figures to hinge on what he's able to do at practice Friday.
Brown (ankle) isn't practicing Wednesday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
That said, coach John Harbaugh told Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com on Monday that Brown's ankle issue is "nothing serious." Based on that optimistic take, the wideout's absence Wednesday is most likely a matter of rep management, with an eye on him being available for Sunday's game against the Bengals.
Coach John Harbaugh said the ankle injury Brown suffered Sunday was "nothing serious" and shouldn't impact him going forward, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
Brown was considered questionable to return after suffering the injury and did retake the field during the second half, but it's nonetheless good news to hear there are no further issues. The rookie first-round pick still could end up limited when the Ravens return to practice Wednesday, but it shouldn't impact his availability for Week 6.
Brown caught three of five targets for 22 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 26-23 win over the Steelers.
Brown scored his first touchdown since Week 1 early in the second quarter, leaping between a pair of defenders for the 11-yard touchdown. Brown had an incredible start to his career with 12 catches for 233 yards and two scores in his first two games. Defenses seem to have figured him out a bit as he has just nine catches for 93 yards and a score in his last three outings. He'll have a chance to correct course against a winless Bengals team in Week 6.
Brown, who exited Sunday's game against the Steelers with a right ankle injury, was later able to return to the contest.
This is good news for the Ravens, who will look to overtake a Pittsburgh squad that is now being helmed by Devlin Hodges in the wake of QB Mason Rudolph being forced out of the game with a concussion.
Brown exited Sunday's game against the Steelers with a right ankle injury, James Palmer of NFL Network reports.
Prior to being forced out of Sunday's game, Brown had logged two catches on four targets for 19 yards and a TD.
Brown caught four of seven targets for 22 yards in Sunday's 40-25 loss to the Browns.
While Lamar Jackson's passing numbers looked respectable (247 yards, three touchdowns, two interceptions), they were aided by a meaningless 50-yard touchdown to Willie Snead in the final minute, as Baltimore's passing game actually struggled mightily throughout most of this one. Brown's game is predicated on big plays, and he failed to get free for any in this one. The rookie wide receiver's yardage total has dropped in every game, from 147 to 86 to 49 to 22. Brown has hauled in just six of 16 targets over the past two weeks, so he'll be a low-floor, high-ceiling flier against the Steelers in Week 5.
Brown took part in Friday's practice, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Brown has practiced all week, so his status for Week 4 remains unchanged. However, his participation Friday represents an upgrade in his long-term health and maintenance, as the Ravens held him out Friday in advance of their first three games to ease the wear and tear on his surgically-repaired foot. Barring a surprise inclusion on the Ravens' final injury report or some type of setback in the coming days, consider Brown good to go for Week 4 and beyond.
Brown caught two of nine targets for 49 yards during Sunday's 33-28 loss to the Chiefs.
With the Ravens trailing in the closing minutes of the game, Lamar Jackson launched a 31-yard bomb down the sideline that was cradled by Brown for a nifty catch. That was about all the fun there was for Brown on Sunday, as he and Brown were only able to connect on two of nine targets.The Ravens benefited from weak defenses to start the season and finally faced some resistance against a Chiefs squad that isn't really known for its proficiency on that side of the ball. Whether this was a blip or a fall back to reality should become clearer Sunday against division-rival Cleveland.
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