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Week 3 Outlook
Baltimore Ravens cornerback Marcus Peters tore his ACL while practicing on Thursday afternoon. Testing confirmed the injury, which will force Peters to miss the entire 2021 season.
The Ravens have yet to play their first game of the season and have already accumulated a long list of season-ending injuries. The latest belongs to Peters, who amassed four interceptions and 52 tackles through 14 games last season. The 28-year-old is a two-time First-Team All-Pro and three-time Pro Bowler.
Marcus Peters sustained what is believed to be a torn ACL during Thursday's practice. He is undergoing an MRI at the moment. We anxiously await the confirmation news.
This is a massive blow to the Ravens defense. What looked to be an elite secondary losses one of its biggest pieces. John Harbaugh and the Ravens are going to have to find a way to fill a big void should Peters injury be as severe as anticipated.
Per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, the Ravens and CB Marcus Peters have agreed to a contract restructure that will save the team $3.5 million.
Another contract restructure for the Ravens, Peters agreed to a move that will save the team $3.5 million. Last season, the veteran corner recorded 4 interceptions in 14 games. The move should come as no surprise as the veteran was slatted to have a $13.5 million cap hit.
Ravens CB Marcus Peters (calf) will not play in Sunday's Week 16 contest against the Giants.
Peters will miss his second consecutive game due to a calf injury. He was unable to practice this week and will not play in Sunday's game against the Giants. Anthony Averett and Tramon Williams should see additional snaps with Peters out. His next chance to return will be Week 17 against the Bengals.
Ravens CB Marcus Peters (calf) is inactive for Week 15 against the Jaguars.
Baltimore will also be without fellow corner Jimmy Smith. It shouldn't be an issue against the lowly Jacksonville offense, but it probably lowers the fantasy ceiling for those starting the Ravens D/ST.