Friday, January 27 2023

The Baltimore Ravens wrapped up their 2022 preseason with a 17-15 win over the Washington Commanders. They didn’t play the majority of their starters in the game, and also saw multiple players miss the game due to injury.

Two of the players who missed multiple days of practice leading up to Week 3 of the preseason were guard Ben Cleveland and cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis. However, Baltimore got two pieces of good news at Monday’s practice, as Cleveland and Armour-Davis both returned to the field ahead of the team needing to trim their roster to 53 players.

Story originally appeared on Ravens Wire

Source: Yahoo Sports

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