Ravens left tackle Ronnie Stanley doubtful for Sunday's game vs. Raiders

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As Ravens coach John Harbaugh promised earlier Friday, starting left tackle Ronnie Stanley is not ruled out for Sunday's game against the Oakland Raiders at M&T Bank Stadium. But the rookie, who has been bothered by a foot injury, is listed as doubtful to play.

That means that the sixth overall pick in the 2016 draft has about a 25 percent chance of playing in the contest. An appearance by Stanley would be surprising considering he missed this third consecutive day of practice Friday.


If Stanley can't play, James Hurst could make his first start of the season.

Cornerback Sheldon Price is also doubtful after sitting out his second straight day of practice because of a thigh injury.


Rookie running back Kenneth Dixon is listed as doubtful despite being upgraded to full participation Friday after two consecutive days of practicing on a limited basis. Dixon has been sidelined by a strained MCL in his left knee since the team's third game of the preseason on Aug. 27.

Wide receiver Kamar Aiken (thigh), outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil (foot), return specialist Devin Hester (thigh), defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan (knee), left guard Alex Lewis (concussion) and guard John Urschel (shoulder) are all questionable for Sunday.

Hester and Lewis were limited in Friday's practice. Aiken, Dumervil, Jernigan and Urschel were full participants.

The Raiders ruled out starting right tackle Menelik Watson (calf), who did not practice this week. Another starter, center Rodney Hudson (knee), was upgraded from limited to full participation on Friday and is listed as questionable.