Ravens WR Rashod Bateman ‘close’ to getting back from foot damage; coach John Harbaugh optimistic about RB well being
Ravens extensive receiver Rashod Bateman is “close” to returning after lacking two straight video games with a sprained left foot, coach John Harbaugh mentioned Monday.
Bateman, who leads the workforce’s extensive receivers in receiving yards (243) and yards per catch (22.1), harm his foot within the Ravens’ Week 4 loss to the Buffalo Bills. He’s missed the previous two weeks of follow, however Harbaugh indicated that his ramp-up might start this week.
“He’s close,” Harbaugh mentioned. “We’re close on a lot of guys. I’m looking forward to all of those guys being back, but we’ll be talking about him this week.”
The Ravens want a lift on the place forward of Sunday’s sport in opposition to the Cleveland Browns. Devin Duvernay is the workforce’s solely different extensive receiver with over 100 yards. Demarcus Robinson has 9 catches for 76 yards, Tylan Wallace has three catches for 21 yards and James Proche II has one catch for 7 yards.
After weeks of dangerous damage luck, the Ravens prevented vital setbacks in Sunday’s loss to the New York Giants. Right sort out Morgan Moses sat out the second half with a heel damage that Harbaugh mentioned was “not serious.”
“He could’ve come back and played in the game,” Harbaugh mentioned. “We decided … to make sure that we play it safe with him. I expect him to be practicing at some point this week, and we’ll see how he is for Sunday.”
J.Okay. Dobbins, whose surgically repaired left knee Harbaugh mentioned “tightened up” Sunday, shouldn’t be anticipated to bear additional testing on the damage. Fellow working again Gus Edwards (knee), who returned to follow practically two weeks in the past, can also be “in the mix” to return for Sunday’s sport, Harbaugh mentioned, whereas Justice Hill (hamstring) is “coming back soon.”
The Ravens even have Kenyan Drake, who had 10 carries for 119 yards and a landing with Dobbins restricted (seven carries for 15 yards).
Sunday, 1 p.m.
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Line: Ravens by 6 1/2
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