The Baltimore Ravens enter Week 2 of the 2022 season at 1-0 as their home opener at M&T Bank Stadium against the Miami Dolphins quickly approaches. They’ll have their hands full with a talented Miami team, and could be without some of their key players while also getting others back.
Baltimore released their final injury report of the week on Friday ahead of their matchup with the Dolphins. The team ended the week with eight players featured on the report, with more than half heading into Sunday with a “questionable” tag.
Players featured on the team’s final report were relatively the same from Thursday aside from tight end Nick Boyle, who was removed from the list following a day of rest. Players listed as doubtful for Sunday were wide receiver James Proche II (groin) after not practicing the last two days, and offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley (ankle) after being limited in practice on Wednesday and Friday.
Six of the Ravens eight players on the report were listed as questionable, with some having a realistic chance to suit up on Sunday. Those players were running back J.K. Dobbins (knee), fullback Patrick Ricard (calf), cornerbacks Marcus Peters (knee) and Marlon Humphrey (groin), defensive tackle Travis Jones (knee) and defensive back Brandon Stephens (quad).
If Dobbins, Peters and Jones are a go for Sunday, they would be making their 2022 season debut in front of the home crowd at M&T Bank Stadium.
The Dolphins released their final injury report of the week, and will be without starting offensive tackle Austin Jackson while also potentially being with their other starting tackle in Terron Armstead .
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— Kyle Phoenix Barber (@KylePBarber) September 16, 2022