The Ravens have had their struggles with injuries throughout the preseason, but according to Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun, the team appears to be getting some of its key players back.
With Flacco, Woodhead, Perriman and Stanley all practicing, the Ravens have their main offensive cogs on field for first time since minicamp— Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiecsun) September 2, 2017
After weeks of watching poor offensive displays in preseason games, there appears to be hope for growth with so many key pieces of the offense returning to the practice field.
The Ravens have had to do a lot of shifting on the offense line due to Ronnie Stanley’s absence, but with the star tackle back on the field, concerns around the line can be lifted, at least to an extent. Stanley has been out for most of the preseason.
Breshad Perriman has been out since early August dealing with a hamstring issue. He did not play in any of the preseason games. This came as a large disappointment as Perriman had been having an impressive offseason to that point. He is back now, and hopefully will be fully ready to go in Week 1.
Danny Woodhead missed both of the Ravens final two preseason games. He has been dealing with a hamstring injury. Woodhead is expected to be a key part of a Ravens offensive scheme that will be utilizing running backs in the passing game.
The Ravens have gotten many key players back today, truly exciting news for a Ravens team that needed something positive with regards to injuries.