Rashod Bateman will undergo season-ending foot surgery

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Ravens receiver Rashod Bateman has had a presence on the team’s practice report every week since Week 5. He has missed practices since injuring his foot in Week 4 and has played only 49 snaps over two games since.

He won’t play anymore in 2022.

Ravens coach John Harbaugh announced Thursday that Bateman will undergo season-ending foot surgery.

“Rashod Bateman has decided to go ahead and get his surgery for his foot. He’s going to get the Lisfranc surgery,” Harbaugh said, via video from the team. “It was one of those ones where it was up to him. He and his agent and his family talked it over, and he felt it’d be in his best interest to do that.

“We support him on that. We understand what he’s doing.”

Harbaugh had announced Monday that Bateman would miss multiple weeks with his injury.

Bateman finishes his second season with 15 catches for 285 yards and two touchdowns. He caught 46 passes for 515 yards and a touchdown last season after the Ravens made him a first-round choice.

16 responses to “Rashod Bateman will undergo season-ending foot surgery

  1. Lamar should force his way out in the off season.

    Tampa and New England would be attractive destinations.

    Baltimore isn’t constructed properly. Not LJ’s fault.

  2. As a long time Raven’s fan, I can fully admit we have a bad habit of drafting poorly at the WR position.

  3. Good thing they traded for Roquan Smith, cause linebacker was obviously a bigger need than wide receiver…

  4. No problem. Ravens have more weapons than most teams. Likely & Duvernay are both legit.

  5. Talented guy but seems to be someone who can’t stay healthy. I hope he gets past the injuries and is 100% next season. Would be nice to see what he can do when fully healthy.

  6. We constantly hear about how Joe Burrow doesn’t have a offensive line and Josh Allen does not have a running game (which will surely be the excuse if Allen fails to live up to the hype this postseason) but Lamar Jackson is depending on DeSean Jackson at WR in 2022. Nobody does more with less than Lamar.

  7. I was about to say go get obj but I forgot they had desean jackson. When will Jackson suit up for them I saw him on the sidelines last week

  8. Their luck against the injury bug is abysmal over the last two years. The window is closing on key rookie contracts so time is running out for them as something major is going to have to give in the next year or two.

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