10 burning questions that must be answered in Baltimore Ravens second preseason game

-Who can win starting jobs

-Can second-year players show they are taking that step?

-Which players are winning position battles?

-Can fringe players make the 53-man roster?

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6. Will JK Dobbins and Rashod Bateman see the field?

Despite all of the bad news out of the Baltimore Ravens training camp, there actually was some good health-related news. The team saw both J.K. Dobbins and Rashod Bateman return to the practice field. Dobbins was on the PUP, and Bateman was on the NFI, so the two were in danger of missing time this season. However, their return ensures that the Ravens feel both will be healthy for week one.

Both of them just returned this week, but as we noted with Geno Stone and DeAndre Houston-Carson, they are going to get preseason work this week despite just signing and returning to action this week. So, will the Ravens let either Dobbins or Bateman play this week? Will both?

It sounds like Lamar Jackson may not play this preseason, and Tyler Huntley may not either. Ronnie Stanley, Tyler Linderbaum, and a few other starters on the line may sit as well. zay Flowers is going to play, but that is because he is a rookie. The rest of the starters will not play much.

It is fair to note that the Ravens running backs all played; every single on the depth chart. Still, none of them are as proven with the talent that Dobbins has. We may see Bateman for a snap or two, but Dobbins seems very unlikely to play.