Ravens Tackle Returns To Practice Friday, Other Stars Questionable

The Baltimore Ravens are dealing with a tough injury situation at the moment, and even after they bit the bullet and announced Rashod Bateman will be out for the rest of the season, they still have several players fighting to be healthy for the upcoming Monday Night Football matchup with the New Orleans Saints. One player who has returned to practice is star offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley, who returned to practice on Friday, but now, the team is sweating on the return of Marcus Peters, Gus Edwards and Mark Andrews, who were all absent from practice. 

Peters was likely considered a rest day, but Edwards and Andrews are both fighting to get back for Monday night, and after the Bateman news, as well as the continued absence of J.K. Dobbins, they'll need both men to be healthy if they are to take down New Orleans in prime time. 

With a bye week coming up after their game on Monday, there's a chance that Baltimore given Andrews and Edwards, or perhaps both an extra week to recover, as DeSean Jackson, Kenyan Drake and Isaiah Likely, are all solid replacements, but if they can't get healthy for the run to the playoffs, this is a team that could severely disappoint after a solid start.

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