Ravens Issue Final Mark Ingram Update Before Titans Game
The Ravens issued a final Mark Ingram update before the Titans game.
Ingram previously returned to practice from his calf injury on Thursday, but his status for Saturday’s outing was still uncertain.
After a limited practice, head coach John Harbaugh suggested that he would have to see how his running back is feeling a little closer to game day before making a final decision.
Well, on Saturday a final decision was made: Ingram is playing.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 11, 2020
The Pro Bowl running back got injured back in December during a showdown versus the Cleveland Browns. He sat out of his team’s Week 17 outing as a result and has subsequently missed a decent amount of practice time.
Ingram is a crucial piece of Baltimore’s historically good offensive attack. The Ravens set a single season record for most rushing yards with 3,296 total, and Ingram was a big part of that.
As far as personal stats go, on the season he has recorded 1,018 rushing yards and is averaging 5.0 yards per carry.
If he is limited in any capacity on Saturday, backup Gus Edwards will need to pick up the slack.
Edwards recorded 130 yards against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the final regular season game of the season.