Following Friday's practice, the last one before meeting each other, the Cleveland Browns and the Baltimore Ravens didn't have many reasons to celebrate.
Most importantly, the Browns have listed starting quarterback Deshaun Watson "questionable" in their final injury report ahead of Week 4 on Sunday, per Kelsey Russo of ClevelandBrowns.com.
That being said, Russo clarified that Browns Head Coach Kevin Stefanski stated "[Watson] was able to take reps at [prior practices] during the week" and that Watson did "some light throwing in practice on Friday."
Stefanski, as reported by Russo, is "hopeful" the quarterback can start for the Browns in their divisional matchup against Baltimore.
According to Zac Jackson of The Athletic, Watson injured his shoulder (to whatever extent it is really hurt) in the following play (h/t #Easily_Ice for the clip).
As for the Ravens, they held their final practice in parallel in Baltimore before flying to Ohio for their Week 4 game in the Dawg Pound adding one more absence to their already-large bill of DNP-listed players.
Left tackle Ronnie Stanley returned to the field in a limited capacity earlier this week but he didn't practice on Friday, thus pretty much being ruled out for Sunday's matchup (the final injury report will drop later on Friday).
Stanley would join a long list of players on the sidelines this weekend who have not practiced all week (nor on Friday, for that matter) including wide receivers Odell Beckham and Rashod Bateman, cornerback Marlon Humphrey, and outside linebackers David Ojabo and Odafe Oweh.
Marcus Williams practiced at full capacity for the second day in a row and is now a lock to make his comeback against the Browns on Sunday after ditching surgery in favor of natural healing of his "torn pec," which is looking more like anything else rather than the label it got initally assigned.