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NFL Injury Report:
The Baltimore Ravens released their first injury report of
the week yesterday and it looks fairly clean as they prepare for this weekend’s
matchup with the Dallas Cowboys. Defensive tackle Haloti Ngata was the only
significant name on the list, while wide receivers Anquan and Torrey Smith were
Ngata was able to participate in yesterday’s practice, but
he was limited due to a shoulder injury. He wasn’t favoring his shoulder
following practice, according to Edward Lee of the Baltimore Sun, and he’s
expected to be available this weekend.
Boldin and Smith, who were both believed to be dealing with
ankle injuries, did not have their names included on the Ravens’ initial
report. Boldin seemed to injure his ankle last weekend against the Kansas City
Chiefs and Smith was on the team’s previous injury report. However, both
players won’t be limited this weekend against the Cowboys.
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