Ravens head coach John Harbaugh addressed the media earlier this morning with a few updates regarding player injuries for the team.
First, the Ravens will lose sophomore CB Iman Marshall for the season as he suffered a season-ending knee injury yesterday. He said it is likely an ACL/MCL injury and will need surgery.
Harbaugh announces Iman Marshall suffered a major ACL/MCL injury yesterday and will need surgery.— Baltimore Beatdown (@BmoreBeatdown) August 17, 2020
Chris Moore, a veteran wide receiver and ace special teams playmaker suffered a broken finger and will likely miss a few weeks.
WR Chris Moore broke his finger and may miss a few weeks.— Baltimore Beatdown (@BmoreBeatdown) August 17, 2020
As for DT Brandon Williams and sophomore OLB Jaylon Ferguson, the two will only be out a few days and are minor injuries.
DT Brandon Williams and OLB Jaylon Ferguson are only expected to miss a few days of practice.— Baltimore Beatdown (@BmoreBeatdown) August 17, 2020
While today was only the first padded practice, the more days without a starter suffering a significant injury, the better. The NFL has already seen its first round of big-name injuries.
According to Dallas Morning News reporter Michael Gehlken, DT Gerald McCoy went down in today’s practice and appeared to be a potentially serious injury.
Cowboys practice has ended, so tweeting is now permitted. Some news and observations from Day 3 of camp practice, beginning with a potential serious injury to DT Gerald McCoy.— Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) August 17, 2020
Another player to miss at least some portion of the 2020 NFL season is Bengals CB Trae Waynes, who underwent surgery for a torn pectoral muscle. The Bengals may have also lost DT Renell Wren, who was carted off the field this morning.
Now DT Renell Wren is face down on turf. Practice has stopped. Trainers attending to him. Cart coming out. #Bengals— Jay Morrison (@JayMorrisonATH) August 17, 2020