Ravens release first injury report for Week 13 matchup vs. Broncos


The Baltimore Ravens return home to face the Denver Broncos in Week 13, looking to bounce back from a disappointing loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 12.  The Broncos might be disappointing this season, but they still have an elite pass defense and will look to find answers during the contest.

Baltimore released their first injury report for their Week 13 matchup with Denver on Wednesday. Quarterback Lamar Jackson was limited last week with a hip injury, but so far this week he was limited with a quad issue. Cornerback Marlon Humphrey missed a few snaps in Week 12 with an ankle injury, and was limited during Wednesday's practice Tight end Nick Boyle as well as offensive linemen Daniel Faalele and Patrick Mekari missed the session with illnesses.

Tight end Isaiah Likely, offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley and safety Kyle Hamilton all returned to practice after missing Week 12, a good sign for all three after logging a limited session each. Defensive end Calais Campbell, outside linebacker Justin Houston and cornerback Marcus Peters all had rest days.

Story originally appeared on Ravens Wire


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