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Nick Boyle, Ronnie Stanley, and Tavon Young all expected to be ready by training camp

Some good news from Coach Harbaugh

Baltimore Ravens v New England Patriots Photo by Adam Glanzman/Getty Images

Head Coach John Harbaugh provided updates on a few key injured players in his end season-ending press conference yesterday.

Harbaugh stated that he expects tight end Nick Boyle, left tackle Ronnie Stanley, and cornerback Tavon Young all to be ready to play right around training camp time this summer.

Boyle suffered a gruesome season-ending hip injury in the Ravens Week 10 loss against the Patriots. The fifth-year tight end is entering the final year of his contract after signing an extension in March of 2019.

Stanley’s season was cut short as well after he suffered a fractured and dislocated ankle injury in a Week 8 loss to Pittsburgh. Steelers outside linebacker T.J. Watt collided with the back of Stanley’s leg. The injury came just two days after Stanley signed a five-year, $98.75 million extension with Baltimore.

Young’s struggles with staying healthy continued after he too suffered a season-ending knee injury in the Ravens Week 2 victory against the Texans. In his press conference, Harbaugh did state that, unlike Boyle and Stanley, Young is already “moving around pretty good right now.”