6 troubling (and encouraging) questions about Ravens injuries the team MUST answer

Is Marlon Humphrey finally in? Will Odell Beckham return to be a WR1? Who will be named RB3 for the remainder of the season? Questions, questions!

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3. LT Ronnie Stanley, CB Jalyn Armour-Davis, and S Marcus Williams back training. Will all of them face the Steelers?

Great news for the ravaged offensive line and secondary units of the Ravens coming out of Baltimore's facilities on Wednesday.

Cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis had to leave the field earlier than he wanted last Sunday after suffering a hamstring injury against the Browns. He was already back training on Wednesday, although the franchise somehow forgot to mention his "limited" participation in the original injury report of the day. LOL.

Safety Marcus Williams was expected to return last weekend but he ended up being a game-time scratch most probably to avoid any type of setback if he didn't feel fully fit to face Cleveland on the road. He is probably the closest of everybody to returning in time to go against the Steelers in Week 5.

Left Tackle Ronnie Stanley, a classic feature in the Flock injury reports even if we hate it, missed Week 4 but he is now on track to make his return to the field next Sunday as he bagged a full practice on Wednesday.

Stanley didn't practice last Friday ahead of Week 4, which made his return for the game against the Browns a long shot and in fact never came to happen. Stanley injured his knee against the Texans in Week 1 and although he has practiced at different times since then he's yet to reappear in an actual game.