6 major takeaways from Baltimore Ravens injury updates

The Ravens have a lot of injuries on both sides of the football
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The Baltimore Ravens are 1-0 after beating Houston 25-9 in Week 1, but it is hard for fans to get too excited because of all of the injuries that occurred throughout the game and even leading up to the game.

A team that has struggled to stay healthy has once again struggled to stay healthy, and now it faces pressing decisions to make as soon as possible.

So, what are the most recent updates on these players and what do they mean? Here is our breakdown of the latest information shared by John Harbaugh on the Ravens' injured players.

6. Could the Baltimore Ravens get Marlon Humphrey back this week?

Marlon Humphrey was expected to miss week one, but the initial report of his injury was that he had a chance for week two. John Harbaugh said that Humphrey will have a chance to play this week. The practice reports will be a huge indication, but if Humphrey is not back this week there is a real chance that he will be back in week three.

The Ravens elected not to place him on the injured reserve, which meant that they expected him to play within the first four weeks of the season. So, we could see Humphrye eased back into the practice sessions this week with eyes on week three.

The Baltimore Ravens started Ronald Darby and Brandon Stephens this week. Darby played 64 snaps, and then Rock Ya-Sin came in for eight snaps late in the game while Stephens played at 72. Harbaugh expanded on the split.

So, Ya-Sin should practice much more this week as well. There is a good chance that by week three, it is Rock Ya-Sin and Humphrey on the outside, but in week one, they combined for eight snaps.

However, this week you may see Stephens and Darby start, with Ya-Sin shuffled in for Darby.