Baltimore Ravens Rookie Returns To Practice For The First Time Since August 4

The Baltimore Ravens rookies have been showing out so far this pre-season, as Isaiah Likely lit the league on fire in Week 2 with his 100 yards receiving and 1 Touchdown, and this week, they're getting another rookie back to the practice field. Tyler Linderbaum, the Ravens No. 25 overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft has been out of action since August 4th when he suffered a foot injury, and after easing back into individual drills late last week, he has returned to practice officially this week.

The Ravens are easing the centre back into practice, as he is expected to be the teams starting centre and a huge part of protecting the electric Lamar Jackson when they open their season in New York against the Jets on September 11th. Linderbaum hasn't been blowing the roof of the building at Ravens training camp over the past few months, but he's been very good, and after taking Linderbaum, Likely and Kyle Hamilton (drafted No. 14 overall in 2022) in this past draft, the Ravens have found three key pieces for their future in one draft. 

The Ravens go up against the Washington Commanders this weekend in their final pre-season battle before the season begins, and it gives Linderbaum a good chance to get acclimated if he's ready, but if he can't be ready for that game, then his first action will come in the season opener in The Big Apple.

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