One Baltimore Ravens cornerback precluded, four listed as faulty versus Jacksonville Jaguars

The Baltimore Ravens are down to one healthy cornerback on their active roster heading into Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Of the six cornerbacks on the 53-man roster, just Marlon Humphrey was not in the team’s injury report Friday.

Jimmy Smith (rib/shoulder) has been precluded, and Marcus Peters (calf) has been listed as faulty notwithstanding not practicing the entire week. Anthony Averett (ankle), Tramon Williams (thigh) and Davontae Harris (ankle) are completely viewed as faulty.

“We’re just learning as we go,” Ravens coach John Harbaugh said when asked about the game-day availability of his cornerbacks. “It’s only Friday, so we’ll see when we get there.”

Peters, a three-time Pro Bowl defender, is one of the most durable cornerbacks in the NFL. His dash of 45 straight games played is the second-longest current one in the league behind the Eagles’ Nickell Robey (50).

Williams likewise has a decent chance of playing subsequent to missing the previous two games. He was a full participant in Friday’s practice.

Different options for Baltimore incorporate Terrell Bonds, who was assigned for return off harmed hold, and Pierre Desir, who is on the practice squad.

The Ravens are playing host to the Jaguars, who are likewise having issues at the cornerback position.

Starter Sidney Jones was precluded with an Achilles tendon injury and it stays not yet clear if Tre Herndon will be cleared to make the trip after his stretch on the reserve/COVID-19 list. On the off chance that both are precluded, the Jaguars would be down their four top cornerbacks as D.J. Hayden and CJ Henderson are both on season-finishing IR.

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