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Lamar Jackson Listed As Questionable But Expected To Play Vs. Bengals

November 8, 2019
The Ravens have officially listed quarterback Lamar Jackson as questionable for the Ravens' game at Cincinnati Nov. 10 after he missed practice Nov. 7 because of an illness, but he returned to practice the next day and is expected to play.

"He looked fine," head coach John Harbaugh said after practice Nov. 8.  

The Ravens list seven players as questionable, including rookie wide receiver Marquise Brown, who is dealing with ankle and thigh issues. He was limited in practice Nov. 8. Brown has been dealing with an ankle injury since the Week 5 win at Pittsburgh. He missed two games, including the Week 6 game against Cincinnati, but returned this past week against New England and had three catches for 48 yards.

Others listed as questionable include tackle Ronnie Stanley (knee), safety Earl Thomas (knee), guard Marshal Yanda (illness), wide receiver Chris Moore (thumb) and defensive lineman Daylon Mack (knee/hip).

Stanley, Thomas and Yanda are all expected to play. Moore's injury seems more significant, as he was limited in practice all week and his left thumb was heavily taped in practice Nov. 7. 

For the Bengals (0-8), All-Pro wide receiver A.J. Green has been ruled out as expected. Earlier this week, there was speculation that he would make his season debut this week, but he suffered a setback in rehabbing an ankle injury that has sidelined him since training camp.

Others out for the Bengals include cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick, who will miss his third straight game with a knee injury sustained against the Ravens in Week 6; and guard Alex Redmond, who started the past two games.

The Ravens (6-2), winners of four straight, beat the Bengals, 23-17, in the first meeting between the teams this year in Week 6. The Ravens, though, have struggled in Cincinnati, losing six of their past seven games there, including a 34-23 decision last year.  

Here is the full, final injury report:

RAVENS

OUT: None
DOUBTFUL: None
QUESTIONABLE: WR Marquise Brown (ankle/thigh), QB Lamar Jackson (illness), DL Daylon Mack (knee/hip), WR Chris Moore (thumb), T Ronnie Stanley (knee), S Earl Thomas (knee), G Marshal Yanda (illness)

BENGALS:

OUT: WR A.J. Green (ankle), CB Dre Kirkpatrick (knee), G Alex Redmond (knee/ankle)
DOUBTFUL: None
QUESTIONABLE: T Cordy Glenn (concussion)

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