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Ravens hopeful J.K. Dobbins, Gus Edwards, Ronnie Stanley will be ready for Week 1

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Injuries have been a dominant theme for the Ravens in the 2021 season and some players who have missed significant amounts of time are still waiting to return to full football activity.

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This group includes runners J. K. Dobbins as well as Gus Edwards as well as the left slide Ronnie Stanley. Last summer, Dobbins and Edwards tore their cruciate ligaments, and Stanley suffered an ankle injury after playing in the season opener.

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On Wednesday, head coach John Harbaugh expressed hope that all three players would be ready to play in the first week. He also said that he thinks everyone has a chance to be on the field in training camp.

Stanley was limited to six games in 2020 due to his ankle, which had not fully recovered when he returned to action last year. Harbaugh said Stanley’s ankle “looks great” and that the team is looking forward to his return to the offensive line.

“I expect him to play like Ronnie Stanley,” Harbaugh said via the team’s website. “He is really motivated to do it. I just spoke to him again today. He chews the bit to get back. If he plays like Ronnie Stanley, or better, then the value is almost immeasurable. And that’s what we hope for.”

Players returning from injury are not considered part of the team’s off-season transitions, but one of the Ravens’ most significant additions will be players who weren’t available last season. If this trio and the rest of the missing parts of the team from last year can stay healthy, the Ravens should be a tougher group to deal with this time around.



Source: profootballtalk.nbcsports.com

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