Patriots list eight players as questionable for matchup with Ravens
September 23rd, 2022
The Patriots’ and Ravens’ injury report are quite extensive for Week 3. Yet despite having 16 players listed between the two teams, neither side is ruling anybody out for Sunday’s game in Foxborough.
Most notably for the Patriots, there is still a chance for wide receiver Jakobi Meyers (knee) and safety Kyle Dugger (knee) to play. Both were non-participants at practice on Wednesday and Thursday (despite appearing on the field for the stretching period open to the media), but were limited on Friday and are listed as questionable.
Neither team is ruling any players out for Sunday, although Raekwon McMilan didn’t practice today. If he can’t go/is limited, we could see another involved role for Mack Wilson. pic.twitter.com/sgqHOQsMLT
Six other players are questionable for the Patriots. Linebacker Raekwon McMillan (thumb) is included in that group despite not practicing on Friday – he was limited the rest of the week. The rest of the players, who were limited all week, are defensive lineman Davon Godchaux (back), cornerback Jalen Mills (hamstring), safeties Adrian Phillips (rib) and Joshuah Bledsoe (groin), and specialist Cody Davis (calf). Rookie DaMarcus Mitchell (knee), who was limited Wednesday and Thursday, was removed from the report on Friday.
For the Ravens, starting left tackle Ronnie Stanley (ankle) is listed as doubtful. Stanley, who was limited Wednesday and Thursday but didn’t practice on Friday, hasn’t played yet this season.
A number of key players for the Ravens are questionable, including starting running back J.K. Dobbins (knee) and cornerbacks Marcus Peters (knee), Marlon Humphrey (groin), and Damarion Williams (ankle). All three were full participants on Friday.
As for quarterback Lamar Jackson, he made headlines earlier this week when he appeared at practice with a sleeve on his throwing arm and didn’t attempt any passes on Wednesday. After being limited on Wednesday, Jackson was a full participant on Thursday and Friday and not given a status for the game.
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