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Ravens' Cyrus Jones: Three tackles Thursday
Jones (illness) notched three tackles (two solo) during Thursday's 26-13 preseason win over the Packers.
Jones appears fully recovered from the health issue that caused him to miss spring workouts. The 2016 second-round pick is primed to serve as the Ravens' primary punt returner, and will also provide the team with cornerback depth.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Tony Jefferson: Notches tackle
Jefferson (ankle) recorded one tackle during Thursday's 26-13 preseason win over the Packers.
Jefferson appears to have fully recovered after undergoing ankle surgery earlier this offseason. The 27-year-old safety projects to start opposite Earl Thomas in Baltimore's formidable secondary.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Seth Roberts: Misses second exhibition
Roberts (undisclosed) didn't play in Thursday's preseason win over Green Bay.
Roberts got the start in Baltimore's preseason opener but seems to have suffered an injury during the contest. He didn't practice at all the past week and may not be ready to play in the third week of the preseason against Philadelphia. A $1 million contract guarantee should keep Roberts safe on the roster, but it isn't clear that he'll have a top-three role to start the season. His usage ultimately may depend on the development of rookie wideouts Marquise Brown and Miles Boykin.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Hayden Hurst: Loses yardage Thursday
Hurst lost a yard on his lone catch from three targets in Thursday night's 26-13 preseason win over the Packers.
Hurst was targeted unsuccessfully by Lamar Jackson on both of his drives to start Thursday's contest. Although he was able to haul in one of backup Trace McSorley's passes afterward, Hurst didn't get past the line of scrimmage. The 2018 first-round pick appears to be headed for a three-way timeshare alongside Mark Andrews and Nick Boyle.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Miles Boykin: Held without a catch
Boykin didn't catch any of his three targets in Thursday night's 26-13 preseason win over the Packers.
Boykin got some work with Baltimore's starting unit, but couldn't connect with Lamar Jackson on his lone target on the offense's opening drive. The rookie's two looks from backup Trace McSorley also both proved unsuccessful, making for an underwhelming outing. He'll hope to make a bigger impact in next week's exhibition meeting with the Eagles.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Gus Edwards: Brief appearance versus Packers
Edwards rushed twice for 13 yards in Thursday night's 26-13 preseason win over the Packers.
Edwards' 13-yard rush on Baltimore's second offensive drive helped set up a field goal. While he gained no yards on his other carry, Edwards still put together a prettier ground showing than Kenneth Dixon, who finished with six rushes for just 14 yards. With the Ravens slated to run the ball early and often again this season, Edwards will aim to close in on the second-string gig behind Mark Ingram with another good display next Thursday versus the Eagles.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Justice Hill: Scores in victory
Hill rushed 10 times for 49 yards and a touchdown in Thursday night's 26-13 preseason win over the Packers.
Hill scored from one yard out to begin the second half, punctuating an impressive performance. Although he worked behind Mark Ingram, Kenneth Dixon and Gus Edwards, Hill made a nice case for more run going forward, finishing as Baltimore's leader on the ground. The rookie fourth-rounder could perhaps further his case by getting involved in the passing game in next week's exhibition outing against the Eagles.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Plays two drives
Jackson completed 6 of 10 passes for 58 yards and rushed twice for 14 yards in Thursday night's 26-13 preseason win over the Packers.
Jackson also had an exciting touchdown scamper, but that run was unfortunately negated due to an offensive penalty. With a mix of flash and misfires, Jackson still led the Ravens to field goals on both his drives. He'll aim to use next week's game against the Eagles to get fully prepared for the regular season.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Tavon Young: Could miss significant time
Young hurt his neck over the weekend during practice and is in danger of missing the rest of the season, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Young inked a three-year, $27 million contract extension over the offseason, but it's now unclear if he'll be healthy enough to take the field at all this season after suffering a serious neck injury. Anthony Averett and Maurice Canady could see more snaps if Young is forced to miss significant time.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Chris Board: In concussion protocol
Board left Thursday's preseason game against Green Bay with a concussion.
Board was able to record a solo tackle before being forced out of the contest. It's unclear how long the 24-year-old will be sidelined with the injury. When healthy, Board is expected to compete for a starting role, but Otaro Alaka figures to see some extra reps in his absence.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Marquise Brown: Not expected to play Thursday
Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com doesn't expect Brown to play in Thursday's preseason game against the Packers.
Per the report, Brown was "running off to the side under the supervision of head conditioning coach Steve Saunders" while the Ravens other wideouts warmed up. Brown's next chance to play will arrive next Thursday against the Eagles.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Sean Smith: Lands in Baltimore
Smith signed a contract with the Ravens on Tuesday, Jonas Shaffer of the Baltimore Sun reports.
Smith joins the Ravens two days after the team traded Kaare Vedvik to the Vikings in exchange for a fifth-round pick. The undrafted rookie out of Dayton will work to stand out behind Sam Koch during the preseason.... See More ... See Less
Ravens' Marquise Brown: Mixing in with starters
Brown was a full practice participant Tuesday, logging 17 snaps that were split between the first-team and second-team groups on offense, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
Brown reportedly hauled in two of five targets, enjoying a busy day after he was held out from Monday's session. An appearance in Thursday's preseason game against Green Bay may be a lot to ask, but he at least seems to have a shot at playing in the third or fourth week of the exhibition slate. Hensley notes that Brown still doesn't look great when making cuts, though he isn't having any problem running deep routes. Some adjustment period is to be expected after a lengthy recovery from Lisfranc surgery in January.... See More ... See Less
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