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More Ravens injuries occur in Monday’s practice, including WR Sammy Watkins

Ravens injury news continues

Baltimore Ravens Training Camp Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images

The Baltimore Ravens have struggled to stay healthy during training camp this year and after today’s practice, more bad news followed. According to reports, wide receiver Sammy Watkins and rookie safety Brandon Stephens both exited practice today after suffering minor injuries.

This news comes on the heels of quarterback Trace McSorley being ruled out for the rest of the preseason after dealing with a back injury. Originally, McSorley suffered a back injury at home on Saturday morning but was cleared to play against the New Orleans Saints.

If Watkins were to miss time, it would only further hamper an already depth-less unit. Since the beginning of camp, the Ravens have lost wide receivers Marquise “Hollywood” Brown, Rashod Bateman, Miles Boykin, and Deon Cain to injury.

This isn’t the only offensive unit missing players, as offensive line is missing left tackle Ronnie Stanley (ankle), center Greg Mancz (undisclosed), and guard Ben Cleveland (concussion).

The Ravens have been among the healthiest teams in the league the past few years but it appears they’ve been snake-bitten thus far in 2021.