Ravens release second injury report for Week 3 matchup vs. Patriots

On Wednesday, the Baltimore Ravens released their first injury report ahead of a Week 3 matchup with the New England Patriots. The report listed 13 players that was headlined by quarterback Lamar Jackson with a right elbow injury. Not much has changed between Wednesday’s and Thursday’s report.

The Ravens put out their second injury report for Week 3 on Thursday. Multiple players were listed including Jackson (right elbow) who participated in full at practice after having a limited session on Wednesday. Other players who were listed on the report that practiced in full included running back J.K. Dobbins (knee) and defensive tackle Travis Jones (knee).

Players who were limited at practice were wide receivers Devin Duvernay (concussion) and James Proche II (groin), tight end Isaiah Likely (groin), offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley (quad), cornerbacks Marlon Humphrey (groin) Damarion Williams (ankle) and Marcus Peters (knee) and defensive back Brandon Stephens (quad).

In positive news, every player for the Ravens that was eligible to practice did so on Thursday.

Story originally appeared on Ravens Wire