Ravens HC John Harbaugh says he’s done commenting on injuries for rest of 2021 season

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The Baltimore Ravens have been one of the most injury-riddled teams so far during the 2021 season, seeing 15 players on injured reserve before Week 2 even begins. From a pure numbers perspective, that equates to 28.3% of a 53-man roster.

It has been challenging for the team to maneuver through all of the health issues they have gone through so far, but that hasn’t stopped them in their quest to achieve their goals for this year. However, Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh appears to be done talking about who’s injured on his team, as he said that he won’t be commenting on injuries for the rest of the season.

It’s understandable that Harbaugh is seemingly frustrated by the amount of injuries the team has sustained and also tired about answering questions about who’s available and who’s not almost every single day. While the Ravens will hopefully be getting a few players back in just a couple of weeks, it’s still extremely difficult for the team to deal with so many injuries in such a short amount of time, especially with the Kansas City Chiefs being their Week 2 matchup.