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This Week Outlook
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Ravens CB Marlon Humphrey could be done for the remainder of the 2021 season due to a torn pec.
Humphrey will undergo an MRI on Monday to confirm the injury. This would be a massive blow to Baltimore's passing defense.
Ravens CB Marlon Humphrey (illness) did not practice Friday, among the team's five cornerbacks listed as questionable for Sunday's Week 13 game vs the Pittsburgh Steelers
As things presently stand, the status of the majority of Baltimore's CB corps is uncertain and the potential fantasy football implications here are somewhat important. If Baltimore were to be without Humphrey and teammate Jimmy Smith (neck) among others, the Steelers wideouts would see a dramatic boost in their value. WR Diontae Johnson and WR Chase Claypool, considered as low-end WR1 and borderline WR2 candidates respectively, are the players most effected by this revelation.
The Ravens activated CB Marlon Humphrey from the reserve/COVID-19 list.
Humphrey missed the Ravens' Week 9 win over the Colts but is set to return on Sunday night against the Patriots. The Ravens D/ST is a solid fantasy play versus Cam Newton and company.
Ravens CB Marlon Humphrey, who tested positive for COVID-19 Monday, ruled out for Sunday's game against the Colts.
HC John Harbaugh confirmed Monday that Humphrey is now in a 10-day self-quarantine window and will miss Sunday's game at the Colts.
The Baltimore Ravens have announced that star CB Marlon Humphrey has tested positive for COVID-19.
In a statement issued Monday, the Ravens say that the player (Humphrey) tested positive and has begun to self-quarantine. The organization is now in the NFL's intensive protocol. Humphrey played all 53 defensive snaps against the Steelers on Sunday, but as reported by NFL's Tom Pelissero "Through eight weeks, the NFL and its medical experts have found no evidence of on-field transmission." Humphrey's availability moving forward and the fallout from this recent positive test are unknown at this time, but we will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates as required.