Baltimore Ravens Clear Left Tackle for Week 14

The Baltimore Ravens will have their All-Pro left tackle back in the fold when they face the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 14. Ronnie Stanley was without a designation on the team's official injury report on Friday, indicating he's fully healthy for Sunday's matchup. Stanley has missed six games this season (including the last two) with complications surrounding a lingering ankle injury. Between surgery, recovery, and reaggravations, he has missed 32 games since 2020.

Despite his bad luck, Stanley is an effective blocker when healthy and should provide valuable protection for the Ravens as they attempt to survive without starting quarterback Lamar Jackson against the Steelers. Stanley has earned a 73.9 overall grade from Pro Football Focus this year for his efforts this year, and he was a huge part of the Ravens leading the league in scoring in 2019, his last healthy season.

Stanley initially joined the Ravens as their sixth overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. He steadily grew and developed into a star, peaking with an All-Pro season in 2019. The Ravens signed him to a massive five-year, $98.75 million deal in 2020, shortly before his fateful ankle injury.
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