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Week 12 Outlook
Tavon Young tore his ACL during Sunday's win over the Texans and will miss the rest of the 2020 season.
Young tore his ACL in Sunday's Week 2 win against the Texans. He missed all of 2019 with a neck injury. Young will rehab and look to fully recover for the 2021 campaign.
Ravens defensive coordinator Wink Martindale says CB Tavon Young (neck) is "ready to go."
“He says he’s healthy. Tavon is ready to go, and if he tells me he’s ready to go, I believe in him 100 percent" Martindale said. Young missed the entire 2019 season following neck surgery but should help boost Baltimore's secondary this year.
The Ravens signed nickel cornerback Tavon Young to a three-year extension Thursday. The deal is worth $25.8 million, with a max value of $29 million, making him the NFL’s highest-paid nickel back.
Young is coming off a solid 2018 season, recording one interception, two sacks, and three fumble recoveries (two returned for touchdowns) in 15 games.
Ravens cornerback Tavon Young (groin) is inactive for Sunday’s wild card playoff game against the Chargers.
Young has been dealing with a groin injury for a few weeks but aggravated it during last week’s game. He was able to practice Friday in a limited capacity but it was determined he wasn’t ready after pregame workouts. Without Young covering the slot, there could be greater opportunities for Chargers WR Keenan Allen who ran over 70% of routes in the slot over the last two weeks.
Ravens cornerback Tavon Young (ankle) is officially inactive for Sunday’s game against the Raiders.
Young has been dealing with an ankle injury for a few weeks but it had yet to hold him out of game action. Despite getting in a limited practice on Friday, it was determined Young was not ready to suit up against the Raiders. Cornerback Maurice Canady (thigh), who will make his season debut Sunday after being activated from injured reserve this week, will help fill in for Young.