- With the Ravens placing Robert Griffin III on injured reserve Friday and the unknown availability of Lamar Jackson, who remains on the reserve/COVID-19 list but could return ahead of Tuesday night’s game against the Dallas Cowboys, third-stringer Trace McSorley is now bracing for the first start of his NFL career.
- The Ravens placed quarterback Robert Griffin III on injured reserve Friday, sidelining the 30-year-old for at least the next three weeks.
- Williams hadn’t practiced since suffering an ankle injury early in a Week 10 loss to the New England Patriots.
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- “I have not heard of any negative consequences of the diabetes with Mark up until this point, so that’s a positive,” Harbaugh said.
- The league can’t be happy about moving its fiercest rivalry from national television on Thanksgiving night and having to reschedule games for both teams and their next opponents.
- Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Thursday that quarterback Rober Griffin III “insisted” on finishing Wednesday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers even though he was visibly hobbled for much of the game.
- As Ravens coach John Harbaugh indicated Thursday, the team has no control over when infected players can be cleared to return.
- ESPN’s NFL Football Power Index gives the Ravens a 76.7% chance of making the playoffs after losing their third straight game for the first time since 2018.
- Several Ravens stepped into bigger roles as the team dealt with mass COVID-19-related absences in a 19-14 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
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- If the Ravens fight their way back to the playoffs, they might look back on this Wednesday afternoon in Pittsburgh as the telling juncture when they refused to quit on their season.
- Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith injured his groin in the second quarter of Wednesday’s 19-14 road loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers and was ruled out for the remainder of the game, while quarterback Robert Griffin III suffered a hamstring injury.
- The Ravens will try to move past a coronavirus outbreak that sidelined over a dozen of their players. But in the weeks to come, questions will persist about the NFL's protocols and the team's adherence to those rules.
- “Imagine getting stiff arm’d 10 yards by a Tik Tok influencer,” Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster wrote after the win.
- A bizarre sequence at the end of the first half cost the Ravens a touchdown in Wednesday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.