OWINGS MILLS, Md. — The Ravens have officially designated left tackle Ronnie Stanley, cornerback Marlon Humphrey, and safety Kyle Hamilton as questionable for the Week 13 meeting with Denver.
While Humphrey (ankle) and Hamilton (knee) are on track to play after practicing fully on Friday, Stanley’s status remains unclear after he sat out the final practice of the week with the left ankle injury that kept him out of last Sunday’s loss at Jacksonville. The veteran offensive lineman took part in only the early portion of Wednesday’s workout and was again listed as limited on Thursday. Top reserve Patrick Mekari would make his second straight start at left tackle if Stanley isn’t ready to go against the Broncos.
The rookie Hamilton told reporters Wednesday that he fully expects to play after missing the first game of his career last week.
Quarterback Lamar Jackson wasn’t listed on the final game status injury report despite being limited with a thigh injury earlier in the week. On Friday, Jackson told reporters he took a knee to the quad during the 28-27 loss to the Jaguars, but he’s “good now though.”
Cornerback Marcus Peters logged only a limited practice on Friday after receiving back-to-back rest days, but head coach John Harbaugh said the Ravens are simply managing the 29-year-old’s workload. Of course, it’s been an up-and-down season for Peters in his return from last year’s serious knee injury.
“That’s just all part of the process. Different guys, everybody’s in a different place,” Harbaugh said. “We try to manage everybody. It’s not a one size fits all; we’ve never really operated that way. Whatever we can do to get each player back to Sunday playing his best football, that’s really what we try to do.”
Harbaugh confirmed running back J.K. Dobbins (knee) and safety Marcus Williams (wrist) would not be activated from injured reserve for Sunday’s game, but the Ravens will be “having a conversation with both those guys in terms of whether they can play or not” ahead of next week’s trip to Pittsburgh. Williams was designated to return to practice last week while Dobbins began practicing on Wednesday.
Wide receiver Tylan Wallace was ruled out for Sunday’s game after hurting his hamstring in the early portion of Thursday’s practice.
Meanwhile, Denver continues to deal with health questions at wide receiver after ruling out KJ Hamler (hamstring) for a fourth straight game and designating starters Jerry Jeudy (ankle) and Courtland Sutton (illness) as questionable for Week 13. Jeudy hasn’t played since injuring his ankle in Week 10 and only returned to practice on a limited basis Friday, but Broncos head coach Nathaniel Hackett labeled him “a game-time decision” for Sunday.
Nickel back K’Waun Williams was also listed as questionable after returning to practice on a limited basis Thursday. He hasn’t played since hurting his knee in Week 10.
Below is the final injury report for Sunday’s Ravens-Broncos game:
OUT: WR Tylan Wallace (hamstring)
QUESTIONABLE: S Kyle Hamilton (knee), CB Marlon Humphrey (ankle), LB Del’Shawn Phillips (quad), OT Ronnie Stanley (ankle)
OUT: LB Dakota Allen (hamstring), FB/TE Andrew Beck (hamstring/illness), WR KJ Hamler (hamstring), DL Jonathan Harris (knee)
QUESTIONABLE: WR Jerry Jeudy (ankle), WR Courtland Sutton (illness), CB K’Waun Williams (wrist/elbow/knee)