The Ravens will be without cornerback Marcus Peters for the entire 2021 season.
Tests confirmed that Peters tore his ACL at practice today, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
It’s a big loss for the Ravens, who were counting on Peters being a starter in their secondary and one of their defensive leaders this season. With a $10 million cap hit, Peters is also one of the Ravens’ most expensive players.
Just days before the start of the season, there aren’t a lot of good options available for bringing in a good veteran cornerback. This is a loss that the Ravens will have a hard time recovering from.