Sep 7, 2014; Baltimore, MD, USA; Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Mohamed Sanu (12) is tackled by Baltimore Ravens cornerback Asa Jackson (25) after making catch during the second quarter at M&T Bank Stadium. Cincinnati Bengals defeated Baltimore Ravens 23-16. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports
The Baltimore Ravens have been overly cautious in talking about the possibility that two of their injured corners might be able to play in week three against the Cleveland Browns. On Tuesday, we saw both Lardarius Webb and Asa Jackson practice fully, which is a good sign that both might be available Sunday.
Jackson suffered a concussion against the Steelers, though it was always thought to be minor. Speculation has run rampant about Lardarius Webb, however, since the preseason began.
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Webb has been battling back spasms and has looked close to returning while putting in full practices, only to miss the first two games. All along, the team remains hopeful he will return soon.
Harbaugh, however, isn’t tipping his hand completely. There is indeed no strategic advantage in revealing whether players are going to play or not, but more realistically the team just doesn’t know at this point.
Webb was a game time decision in weeks one and two after being listed as questionable. In both instances, the team waited to see how he responded in warm ups before making a decision. It appears we are headed in the same direction this week.