Ronnie Stanley says he’ll be “full-go” for Ravens’ Week One game

Pittsburgh Steelers v Baltimore Ravens
Getty Images

Ravens left tackle Ronnie Stanley, who hasn’t played since breaking and dislocating his ankle on November 1, says he’ll be ready to go when the regular season starts.

Stanley said he’ll be “full-go” for the Week One game against the Raiders on September 13, according to the Baltimore Sun.

“I think I’m just building up that flexibility,” Stanley said. “It’s just taking some time, but other than that, I feel really good. My technique feels good.”

The Ravens have made some changes to their offensive line since Stanley last played 10 months ago. Kevin Zeitler and Alejandro Villanueva came to town this offseason, and the left guard position remains in contention.

“Whoever I’m playing next to, we’re gonna figure it out and we’re gonna work through it,” Stanley said. “I’m happy I can still be there to help guide whoever’s playing.”

The last time he played a full season, in 2019, Stanley was a first-team All-Pro. If he’s all the way back to that level in Week One, the Ravens’ offensive line should be in great shape.

5 responses to “Ronnie Stanley says he’ll be “full-go” for Ravens’ Week One game

  1. Ronnie Stanley is a MUCH better LT than Orlando Brown. Brown is a very good RT and a good LT.

  2. I’ve been watching the game he was injured in. Very glad to see him recover.

  3. inozwetrust says:
    August 25, 2021 at 9:21 am
    should have kept Orlando
    —————–
    Sorry. I did not mean keep Orlando and let Ronnie go. I meant that they should have kept both

  4. It would have been nice to keep both players but Orlando was asking for too much and got it elsewhere.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to leave a comment. Not a member? Register now!

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.