"It's unfortunate with what Mark [Ingram] is going through right now," said Gus Edwards when ask about being prepared to play.
Ravens running back Mark Ingram (calf) and tight end Mark Andrews (ankle) are questionable for Saturday night’s divisional-round game against the Tennessee Titans.
Ingram returned to practice Thursday for the first time since straining his calf Dec. 22 against the Cleveland Browns. He was a limited participant, while Andrews has been limited throughout the week.
Ingram missed practice Tuesday and Wednesday after coach John Harbaugh said last week that Ingram was “on track” to play in Saturday’s divisional-round matchup. ESPN reported Thursday that Ingram is expected to play Saturday.
During the open portion of practice in the team’s indoor practice facility, Ingram completed light running and stretching along the sideline.
Ingram rushed for 1,018 yards and 15 touchdowns, fourth most in the NFL, during the regular season and was named to the Pro Bowl for third time. Backup Gus Edwards, who rushed for 711 yards in the regular season, including a career-high 130 in Week 17 against the Pittsburgh Steelers, would receive the bulk of the carries if Ingram is sidelined.
The Titans ruled out starting inside linebacker Jayon Brown (shoulder) and wide receiver Adam Humphries (ankle). Wideout Cody Hollister (ankle) is questionable. Brown, who ranked third on the team with 105 tackles, was rated the NFL’s No. 17 linebacker, per scouting website Pro Football Focus.