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Week 13 Outlook
Ronnie Stanley has been ruled out for Thursday's game against the Bengals.
Stanley will be sidelined in the short week after leaving Sunday's loss against the Browns late in the fourth quarter. The Ravens offensive line will be a little banged up in a crucial divisional matchup Thursday night.
Ravens OT Ronnie Stanley (knee) was an estimated non-participant in practice Monday.
The Ravens held a walkthrough Monday and Stanley’s level of participation was estimated. The veteran suffered the knee injury on Sunday and will face an uphill battle to play Thursday against the Bengals.
Ronnie Stanley (knee) is officially active for Week 5's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
A knee injury has left Stanley sidelined for multiple weeks, but now, he has recovered from it and will return to action in Week 5. He's officially active, and he will presumably start without any limitations. His return couldn't have come at a better time, with Baltimore set to line up against T.J. Watt, who's currently tied for most sacks in the NFL.
Ronnie Stanley (knee) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Steelers.
Stanley hasn't played since Week 1 due to injury, but he's questionable and will have a chance to make his return for Baltimore's game on Sunday. His presence would be a huge boost to Lamar Jackson, Gus Edwards, and this offense as a whole, but we won't know if he's playing until sometime closer to kickoff.
Ronnie Stanley was not at practice on Friday.
It is a downgrade for Stanley after he practiced on Wednesday and Thursday, but Stanley has taken Fridays as his vet day in previous seasons so it is still possible he plays on Sunday against the Steelers.