The Ravens arrived early in London last week and they left the United Kingdom with a victory under their belts after beating the Titans 24-16 on Sunday.
The problem, as always, was losing some players to injury. Head Coach John Harbaugh held his usual Monday presser yesterday and he announced a few good news but also some very ominous developments.
Safety Marcus Williams suffered a hamstring injury against the Titans. According to Harbaugh, it happened on the play ending in a Geno Stone interception, precisely when the latter was returning the ball.
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While this new issue is not considered long-term, Harbaugh made clear that hamstrings can be tricky to come back from, so he simply said Williams is expected to be evaluated week-to-week, nearly ruling him out for Week 7.
Three other players left Sunday's game early: defensive end Brent Urban (neck), linebacker Malik Harrison (concussion protocol), and cornerback Kevon Seymour (ankle).
Harbaugh said Urban has "stinger issues," Harrison is "clearing [concussion protocol] very quickly," and Seymour's ankle injury is "not overly serious."
Trio of outside linebackers returning soon?
Regarding outside linebacker Tyus Bowser, who has been on the non-football injury list due to a knee issue for the whole summer, Harbaugh provided a n interesting update.
"That's gotten a little more complicated over the last couple weeks," Harbaugh said. "At some point in time, I'm sure we'll have an announcement on that one way or another. He's got to make some choices and decisions."
Bowser has yet to start practicing but has been working with trainers on the side, according to recent reports.
Harbaugh avoided detailing the situation further, leaving it to Bowser to comment on his situation soon, probably on Wednesday after the team's first practice this week ahead of Week 7.
Edge rushers Odafe Oweh and David Ojabo are surprisingly nearing their return according to Harbaugh.
The coach mentioned that Oweh is "looking close" after missing four games already, while he also said that Ojabo, is "in the neighborhood here in the next few weeks" when it comes to his potential return.
Whether he recovers early or not, Ojabo cannot return to the field before Week 8 as he was placed on Injured Reserve by Baltimore and he's forced to stay there for at least four weeks before returning.