OWINGS MILLS, Md. While Ravens coach John Harbaugh obviously declined to reveal what players may be designed for the Week 2 game contrary to the Miami Dolphins due to competitive reasons, the Injury Report provided some insight in to the team’s personnel for the overall game.
Running back J.K. Dobbins was a complete participant at practice Friday. Dobbins briefly spoke to the media following practice and said “we’ll see” when asked whether he’d play Sunday.
Left tackle Ronnie Stanley didn’t talk to reporters, but during one instance at practice, he knocked down rookieDaniel Faalele throughout a drill. Stanley, who have not played since last season’s opener due to a continuing ankle injury, continues to be listed as doubtful to play.
The Ravens have several cornerbacks on the injury report and that might be problematic going contrary to the Dolphins’ talented wide receivers.
Marlon Humphrey was limited with a groin injury this week and Brandon Stephens is coping with a quad issue. After Kyle Fuller transpired with a season-ending knee injury, the Ravens certainly are a bit thin at cornerback if Humprhey and Stephens can’t play Week 2 contrary to the Miami Dolphins.
Marcus Peters had his second straight full practice since injuring his knee last season and that is an encouraging sign.
Humphrey, Stephens, and Peters were all listed as questionable.
Rookies Jalyn Armour-Davis and Damarion Williams could play significant roles contrary to the Dolphins.
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Theyd prepare yourself; they look good, but theyre rookies,” Harbaugh said. “So, itd be considered a new experience for them, but theyve worked hard. Theyre talented guys. Theyre likely to be playing regardless; theyll be on the market playing in the overall game both on defense and special teams no real matter what the numbers become.
Wide receiver James Proche is listed as doubtful
The Dolphins will undoubtedly be down one starting tackle because of their Week 2 also it could become two before kickoff.
Head coach Mike McDaniel stated before practice Friday that the team is placing starting right tackle Austin Jackson on injured reserve and that veteran left tackle Terron Armstead will be limited used and listed as questionable for the overall game at M&T Bank Stadium.
Jackson sustained an ankle injury in the 20-7 victory contrary to the New England Patriots last Sunday, while Armstead had to miss two snaps in the fourth quarter due to a toe injury.
Armstead’s availability for the Baltimore game likely depends on pain tolerance.
Alain Poupart of All Dolphins contributed to the report.