Ravens release first injury report for Week 16 matchup vs. Bengals

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The Baltimore Ravens have been ravaged by injuries, and now a COVID-19 outbreak has seen the team now have 15 players on the Reserve/COVID-19 list. Despite the woes, the team has managed to persevere and find themselves fighting for the division crown late in the season.

On Wednesday, the Ravens released their first injury report of the week ahead of a Week 16 matchup with the Cincinnati Bengals. The report was long, like previous weeks, with numerous players not participating to start the week, including quarterback Lamar Jackson.

Jackson headlined the list for the second-straight week. The quarterback suffered an ankle sprain in Week 14 against the Cleveland Browns, forcing him to miss Week 15 against the Green Bay Packers. On Wednesday, head coach John Harbaugh said he did not know the status of his star quarterback.

“I really don’t have any updates on that, Harbaugh said. “That’s ‘wait and see’ for all of those guys. Every single guy you’re about to ask me about are all going to be day-by-day, and we’ll just see where they’re at as we go.”

Other players who missed practice on Wednesday include wide receiver Devin Duvernay (ankle), offensive tackle Tyre Phillips (knee), guard Ben Powers (foot) and cornerback Tavon Young (concussion). Players who were limited in practice were tight end Nick Boyle (knee), defensive tackle Calais Campbell (thigh), offensive lineman Patrick Mekari (hand) and fullback Patrick Ricard (knee).

Closing out the report is nose tackle Brandon Williams, who was given a day of rest.