The Ravens kicked off their second day of practice in full pads on Tuesday, August 1, and they did so without many surprises--if any--when it comes to those present and absent at the Under Armour Performance Center in Owings Mills, MD.
Last Monday marked the day in which WR Zay Flowers and DB Pepe Williams returned to training after missing two and multiple days with a stomach bug and an ankle injury respectively.
With just a few minutes left in Monday's practice, Geno Stone left the field injured and limped off it by himself. Speaking after practice, HC John Harbaugh said then that Stone's injury "didn't look too serious".
The coach provided a new update on Tuesday as Stone was out of commission entirely through Day 6 of the Baltimore Ravens training camp. Here is what he said, as quoted by Kevin Oestreicher of USA Today.
"Yes, it’s an ankle. It’s not going to be a long-term ankle [injury]. It will be – I don’t know – maybe a week. I don’t know. We’ll see. [It’s] somewhere in that range. Don’t hold me to it though, but it’s not a long-term deal."- John Harbaugh, HC Baltimore Ravens
There was a new man down in EDGE David Ojabo, who left the field similarly to how Stone did a day earlier. Ojabo left the field with a trainer but he "came back to watch the rest of practice," according to beat reporter Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic.
Following practice, Harbaugh said that Ojabo is OK. "Yes, [David Ojabo] came back out. He’s OK. Yes," Harbaugh said as quoted by USA Today in the story linked above.