Ravens rule Ronnie Stanley out

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Ravens left tackle Ronnie Stanley will not make his 2022 debut on Sunday.

The Ravens listed Stanley as doubtful to play on Friday, so it is not a great surprise that he’s been ruled out ahead of their trip to New England. Stanley is making his way back from an ankle injury that kept him out of the final 16 games last season.

On Friday, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said, via the team’s website, that Stanley will play “when he feels like he’s ready to go out there and be Ronnie Stanley at his best.”

Stanley is the only player that the Ravens have ruled out for this weekend. Seven players are listed as questionable, including running back J.K. Dobbins (knee), cornerback Marlon Humphrey (groin), and cornerback Marcus Peters (knee).

3 responses to “Ravens rule Ronnie Stanley out

  1. Pat’s making progress….line play got better….run game got better, pass game got better, now Mac gets better. I’d love to see Mac have a 350 yd 3 TD game and get a win in the home opener, and change the narrative given their difficult schedule and expectations they might go 0-4 to open the season. 2-2 is a win. 3-1 would put them in a great position to compete for a playoff spot. Of course, 1-3 is still a possibility, but let’s not borrow problems from tomorrow. Today, we have hope, and sometimes, that’s all you need to ignite a fire. What I’m sayin’ is…..they have a chance.

  2. You never give away good/great O-Linemen no matter how much they complain. Zeus Jr. was good for the Ravens.

    Ozzie would have never traded him.

    Ronnie Stanley can’t stay healthy at all.

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