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Injury Report: Final Updates Before Week 10

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A game removed from their bye, the Ravens appear banged up, but those injured should be healthy enough to play

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After the Ravens’ monumental victory over the undefeated Patriots, injury concerns persisted for a number of players. Ronnie Stanley appeared injured towards the latter part of this past Sunday night, but managed to finish. Additionally, two players were struck with illnesses that caused them to miss practice this week. Here is the Ravens’ injury report:

Due to illness, Marshal Yanda and Lamar Jackson missed Wednesday and Thursday practice, respectively. That being said, both players practiced Friday and, despite their questionable playing status, should start on Sunday.

Additionally, Earl Thomas III and Stanley have knee injuries, but that should not stop them from suiting up on Sunday against the Bengals. Thomas said himself that he will be on the field.

Once again, Marquise Brown is on the injury report with ankle and thigh injuries. Brown has practiced at least on a limited basis the entire week; based on past trends with Brown and limited practices, he should be in line to start this week.

The Bengals have fewer players on their injury report, but at the same time, those players are key pieces on the Bengals roster. Here are the Bengals’ injuries:

A.J. Green, after being cautiously optimistic about his chances of playing Sunday, was ruled out after he suffered a setback with his ankle injury. Dre Kirkpatrick, who is still dealing with the knee injury that he sustained in the Bengals’ first meeting against the Ravens, was also ruled out. Cordy Glenn, dealing with a concussion, is uncertain to play Sunday.

Tune in to the Sunday’s 1:00 pm game as the Ravens take on the Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium.