Baltimore Raven's All-Pro LT Coming Off PUP List, Place LB On Reserve

The Baltimore Raven's announced Friday that offensive left tackle Ronnie Stanley has passed his physical and is coming off the club's reserve list. In the same breath, the Ravens placed their line backer Tyus Bowser on the reserve/unable to perform list, meaning he will miss at least four games this season. 

Stanley, the former All-Pro tackle, was placed on the reserve list during the beginning of training camp due to an ankle injury, which he initially sustained back in the 2020 season. He played just one game in his 2021 campaign before undergoing surgery on the same ankle and subsequently missed the rest of that year. 

Bowser was placed on the PUP list due to a linger torn Achilles injury he sustained during the Ravens' regular season finale last January. He is projected to regain his role once he returns fully healthy this season, but as of now his timetable is unclear. 

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Prior to his injury Bowser reached a career highs in sacks (7.0) tackles (59) last year. 

With Stanley's return it provides further protection to the Ravens offensive including the likes of quarterback Lamar Jackson and their overall running game. 

Stanley, 28, is looking to get back into his 2019 form which awarded him with All-Pro and Pro Bowl honors. 

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