Top Ravens News

  • Ravens' James Hurst: Won't play Week 11

    Hurst (back) is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Bengals.

    Hurst was unable to return to health during Baltimore's bye, and will miss his fourth consecutive game due to a lingering back injury. A timetable for the starting tackle's recovery remains undisclosed. Rookie third-round pick Orlando Brown is listed as Hurst's official backup on the Ravens' depth chart.

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  • Ravens' Anthony Levine: Cleared to face Bengals

    Levine (ankle) doesn't carry an injury designation ahead of Sunday's matchup with the Bengals.

    Levine was added to the injury report Thursday after being unable to practice. The 31-year-old did, however, practice in full Friday, thus clearing him of an injury designation. Levine has yet to miss a game this season.

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  • Ravens' Tavon Young: Questionable for Sunday

    Young (ankle) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals.

    Young did not manage to fully recover from an ankle injury sustained Week 9 during Baltimore's bye, and his status for Sunday's divisional tilt against the Bengals remains up in the air. If Young is unable to go, Cyrus Jones will serve as the top backup to starting cornerback Brandon Carr.

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  • Ravens' Ronnie Stanley: Listed as questionable

    Stanley (ankle) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals.

    Stanley continues to manage an ankle injury sustained in early November, and was unable to return to full health during Baltimore's bye. If Stanley is unable to suit up, expect Jermaine Eluemunor to slot in as the Ravens' starting left tackle.

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  • Ravens' Tony Jefferson: Questionable for Week 11

    Jefferson (thigh) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals.

    Jefferson was unable to get fully healthy during Baltimore's bye, and his Week 11 status appears uncertain. It's possible that Jefferson could be a game-time decision for Sunday's tilt against the Bengals. If the starting safety is unable to suit up, expect Anthony Levine to slot into the starting lineup.

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  • Ravens' Tim Williams: Ruled out again

    Williams (ankle) is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Bengals.

    Williams was unable to get healthy during Baltimore's bye, and will miss his second consecutive game due to a lingering ankle injury. As long as the second-year linebacker remains sidelined, expect Za'Darius Smith to benefit from an uptick in rotational snaps.

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  • Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Positioned for first start

    Jackson (illness) is in line to make his first career start Sunday against the Bengals, Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports.

    After sitting out Thursday's practice with the illness, Jackson returned Friday as a full participant and doesn't have a designation on the Ravens' final injury report. Meanwhile, Joe Flacco (hip) is listed as doubtful after failing to practice in any capacity this week, likely forcing the Ravens to choose between Jackson and Griffin for the Week 11 starting assignment. The team might even consider a rotation at quarterback, with the rookie getting more work on early downs while the veteran handles obvious passing situations. Coach John Harbaugh doesn't seem inclined to name his starter until Sunday, but it is possible the information leaks Friday or Saturday. The Ravens have a 1 p.m. EST kickoff against a Bengals team that allowed more than 500 yards of offense in each of its last three games.

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  • Ravens' Joe Flacco: Doubtful for Week 11

    The Ravens are listing Flacco (hip) as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Bengals, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.

    Coach John Harbaugh left the door open for Flacco to play Sunday even if he failed to practice this week, but the doubtful designation implies there's a slim chance that will actually happen. Unless Flacco's condition takes a dramatic turn for the better leading up to Sunday's 1 p.m. EST kickoff, he'll miss out on his first start since the 2015 season. It's unclear who would receive the starting assignment if Flacco can't go, as Robert Griffin and Lamar Jackson both took reps with the first-team offense during practice this week. The possibility also exists that Harbaugh may use some combination of the two available during the contest, which would hinder the fantasy outlooks for both players.

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  • Ravens' Joe Flacco: Remains out of practice

    Flacco (hip) didn't take part in Friday's practice, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.

    Unless Flacco gets some work in behind the scenes Friday, he'll have gone the entire week without taking any practice reps. Coach John Harbaugh said earlier in the week that Flacco could still play Sunday against the Bengals even if he doesn't practice beforehand, but the chances of that actually happening seem minimal. If Flacco is in fact ruled out this week, either Lamar Jackson or Robert Griffin would get his first start of 2018.

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  • Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Back at practice

    Jackson (illness) participated in Friday's practice.

    Jackson sat out Thursday due to a stomach issue, but he was feeling good enough to return to the field just one day later. That leaves the door open for the rookie to start Sunday against the Bengals if fellow quarterback Joe Flacco (hip) is unable to go. More details regarding the Ravens' quarterback situation for Week 11 should emerge when the team releases its final injury report of the week later Friday.

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  • Ravens' Kenneth Dixon: Designated to return from IR

    The Ravens cleared Dixon (knee) to resume practicing Friday.

    Dixon has already spent more than the minimum eight weeks on injured reserve, so he'll be eligible to return to the active roster at any point over the next three weeks now that he's back practicing again. With three veteran running backs already on the Balitmore roster, Dixon's role would be uncertain if he's ultimately activated from IR. The Louisiana Tech product did draw 28 snaps in Week 1 while Javorius Allen took 38 and Alex Collins handled 34, so there's a good chance Dixon factors into the mix in some fashion once he's ready to go.

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  • Ravens' Anthony Levine: No practice Thursday

    Levine (ankle) did not practice Thursday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.

    Levine is a surprise addition to Thursday's injury report, given that he practiced without issue to begin the week. The rotational safety appears to have suffered an ankle injury during team practices, and his status for Sunday's game against the Bengals is difficult to discern. With Tony Jefferson (thigh) also nursing an injury, Levine could be in line for an uptick in defensive snaps if he's able to get healthy.

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  • Ravens' Tony Jefferson: Limited in practice Thursday

    Jefferson (thigh) was a limited particpant in Thursday's practice, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.

    Jefferson did not practice to begin the week, so his limited participation is a step in the right direction. The 26-year-old appears to be nursing a thigh injury suffered during Baltimore's bye week, and it remains to be seen whether he will suit up for Sunday's tilt against the Bengals. With Anthony Levine (ankle) also managing an injury, Baltimore may struggle with depth at the strong safety position Week 11.

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  • Ravens' Robert Griffin: Runs with starters at practice

    Griffin practiced with the Ravens' starters at Thursday's practice, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.

    With Joe Flacco's (hip) availability for Sunday's game against the Bengals in question, coach John Harbaugh relayed earlier in the week that both Griffin and Lamar Jackson would be candidates to start if Flacco can't play. Considering Jackson has dressed as the No. 2 signal-caller throughout the season, he seemingly represents the likelier option of the two if a replacement is needed, but the rookie was unable to get in any work at Thursday's practice while battling a stomach issue, per Adam Schefter of ESPN. That left Griffin as the team's only healthy quarterback at practice, allowing him to pick up valuable reps. The statuses of Flacco and Jackson will bear monitoring heading into the Ravens' final practice of the week, but their absences Thursday increase the possibility of Griffin seeing his first NFL regular-season action since 2016.

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  • Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Misses practice

    A stomach issue caused Jackson to miss Thursday's practice, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    With Joe Flacco (hip) also not practicing, Robert Griffin III was the only Baltimore signal-caller taking reps Thursday. We'll look for added clarity with regard to the team's Week 11 QB situation no later than Friday, but Baltimore's coaching staff has already noted that Flacco does not necessarily need to practice this week in order to start Sunday's 1:00 PM ET game against the Bengals.

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  • Ravens' Joe Flacco: Not spotted at practice Thursday

    Flacco (right hip) was not spotted at Thursday's practice, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.

    The same applies to fellow QB Lamar Jackson (stomach issue), who wasn't on the field for the media-access portion of practice. As a result, Robert Griffin III was the only signal-caller taking reps at Thursday 's practice. Flacco's status for Sunday's game against the Bengals remains up in the air, though Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com relays that the QB "wasn't using crutches and didn't appear to have any limp" when spotted in the locker room Thursday. Meanwhile, coach John Harbaugh has indicated that Flacco doesn't have to practice in order to play this weekend.

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  • Ravens' Ty Montgomery: No lock to suit up Week 11

    Coach John Harbaugh said Wednesday that Montgomery's status for Sunday's game against the Bengals will depend on how he looks in practice this week, Clifton Brown of the Ravens' official site reports.

    After being acquired from the Packers on Oct. 30, Montgomery was inactive for the Ravens' Week 9 game against the Steelers while he continued to familiarize himself with the new playbook. The running back has since had a bye week to get further comfortable with his new surroundings, but he'll still need to make an impression in practices in order to earn an active status this weekend, which would likely come at the expense of Gus Edwards. If Montgomery does in fact make his team debut Sunday, he'll likely see most of his work on passing downs, which would impact Javorius Allen's fantasy outlook more so than Alex Collins'.

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  • Ravens' Jaylen Hill: Clear for practice

    Hill (knee) was cleared for a return to practice Thursday.

    Hill had spent the first 10 weeks of the season on the PUP list recovering from a knee injury he suffered in December 2017. The Ravens now have up to three weeks to decide whether they will activate him to the 53-man roster or move him to injured reserve. The fact that Hill is cleared for practice is certainly a positive sign for a possible activation.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 92.7
(27th)
283.6
(11th)
366.6
(15th)
Def. 99.8
(10th)
224.9
(3rd)
305.0
(2nd)

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