Ravens Could Be Without Several Offensive Starters vs Saints

It seems like the Baltimore Ravens could be without a couple of key hostile players this impending Monday against the New Orleans Holy people.

ESPN columnist Jamison Hensley reported that Ravens tight end Imprint Andrews and running back Gus Edwards didn’t rehearse this Saturday.

Andrews has not polished in any way this week. The All-Star is managing wounds to his shoulder and knee.

Edwards, in the meantime, is nursing a hamstring injury. He sharp-searched in Week 8, scrambling for 65 yards on 11 conveys.

Notwithstanding not having Andrews and Edwards at training, it was accounted for that Demarcus Robinson was missing this Saturday. He was added to the Ravens’ physical issue report on Friday.

With their bye week coming up after the Holy people game, the Ravens could decide to sit Andrews, Edwards, and Robinson.

The Ravens will deliver their last physical issue report for Week 9 sometime in the afternoon.

Assuming Andrews and Edwards are precluded, the Ravens will require Isaiah Likely and Kenyan Drake to move forward.

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