Ravens release first injury report for Week 4 matchup vs. Bills

The Baltimore Ravens will finish their tour of playing AFC East opponents on Sunday when the team welcomes the Buffalo Bills into M&T Bank Stadium in Week 4. The matchup could arguably be the toughest opponent for the Ravens during the 2022 season.

On Wednesday, Baltimore released their first injury report ahead of the Week 4 matchup with the Bills. The report featured nine players players with most of them not practicing, including outside linebacker Justin Houston, offensive tackle Patrick Mekari and defensive lineman Michael Pierce, each of which left Week 3 against the Patriots with injuries.

Headlining the list is offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley (ankle) who practiced in full for the first time. Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said Stanley could possibly suit up on Sunday, which would be his first game since Week 1 of 2021.

The only other player who practiced in full on Wednesday was wide receiver James Proche II (groin). Running back J.K. Dobbins (chest), who made his 2022 season debut on Sunday, was limited in practice.

Baltimore had six players not practice with four of them being injury-related. Those who did not practice due to injury were Houston (groin), Pierce (biceps), Mekari (ankle), along with cornerback Marcus Peters (knee). Closing out the report was cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis who had a personal day and defensive end Calais Campbell who was given a day of rest.

Story originally appeared on Ravens Wire