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.