Ravens Receive Massive Injury Update On Offensive Star

NFL Analysis Network

The injury report was a concerning one for the Baltimore Ravens at the start of the week. Starting quarterback Lamar Jackson did not participate in the team’s first practice on Wednesday, as he was listed as out with a hip injury.

It was certainly not a surprise to see Jackson pop up on the injury list with something as he did struggle against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday afternoon. He missed practice time last week with an illness as well, so he likely wasn’t 100 percent going into the game, either.

Head coach John Harbaugh was not concerned about Jackson’s availability for their game in Week 12 on the road against the Jacksonville Jaguars despite the missed practice. Any worries that something may be lingering was put to rest when Jackson was listed as a full participant in practice on Thursday.

There were no setbacks with Jackson on Thursday’s practice as he looks ready to go and be on the field Sunday afternoon against the Jaguars. He isn’t the only player that Baltimore received positive updates on, as multiple players got in full practices on Thursday.

Offensive guard Kevin Zeitler, who had an illness earlier in the week, was back to being a full participant on Thursday after missing Wednesday’s practice like Jackson. Running back Gus Edwards was a full participant on Thursday as well after being limited on Wednesday. Edwards has only played two games this season as he recovered from his torn ACL but has been sidelined for the last three weeks because of a hamstring.

While all of their outlooks are positive, there are still some other injury concerns for players on the roster. Safety Kyle Hamilton, left tackle Ronnie Stanley, cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis and wide receiver Demarcus Robinson were all absent from practice.

Hamilton is dealing with a knee injury, Stanley was rolled up on last week and injured his ankle, Armour-Davis has a hip ailment and Robinson, off a season-high 128-yard performance, is also dealing with a hip injury.