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Ravens LT Ronnie Stanley could return in Week 4

9/30/2022 1:25:11 PM
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For more than one calendar year, the Ravens have been without their top offensive lineman, but that could change on Sunday, Adam La Rose of Pro Football Rumors reports. Left tackle Ronnie Stanley told reporters that he could make his season debut this week against the Bills according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

Rapoport notes that “everything [is] trending in the right direction,” a welcomed sign in Baltimore given the 28-year-old’s standard of play but also his lengthy absence. Ankle injuries have limited him to just one game played since October 2020 – the season opener last year. Weeks after that contest, he underwent a second straight season-ending procedure aimed at ensuring he would recover in full this year.

As he revealed during today’s media availability, Stanley actually had another “major surgery” in his lower body following the ankle operation. After being activated in August, the Notre Dame alum gradually resumed on-field work, but this is the first week in which he has practiced in full. As a result, he has expressed confidence about both his short- and long-term health.

“I feel way better than what I was when I played that first game last year,” Stanley said, via ESPN’s Jamison Hensley. “I’m in a way better place. I’m very optimistic, very confident about me getting back to where I want to be.”

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