Ravens-Texans Injury Report: Tyler Wallace out, Devin Duvernay questionable

Some NFL fans and analysts like Colin Cowherd downgraded the Houston Texans quarterback CJ Stroud’s caliber following his NFL draft. The rookie star made his critics silent with his incredible athleticism throughout the regular season. The team is fresh off one of the greatest wins in franchise history, beating the Cleveland Browns 45-14.

The Baltimore Ravens are slated to host the emerging Texans squad on Saturday in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs. The Ravens-Texans injury report showcases a concerning update for the Ravens, as their veteran cornerback Marlon Humphrey and wide receiver Tylan Wallace have been ruled out of the campaign.

Marlon Humphrey, Tylan Wallace out for Ravens

Ravens-Texans injury report has witnessed Marlon Humphrey getting ruled out for Saturday’s crucial clash. The team’s injury report confirmed that he will be sidelined due to a calf injury he sustained during the Ravens’ Week 17 victory over the Miami Dolphins, according to CBS Sports. This setback marks the CB’s eighth absence this season, having faced multiple injuries throughout the year.

Despite Humphrey’s resilience in returning to play whenever possible, this latest injury has forced him to watch from the sidelines during a crucial postseason matchup. His absence leaves a notable void in the Ravens’ defensive lineup. The team will now rely on Brandon Stephens to step up and assume the responsibilities of the top CB position.

The injury report further delivers the blow that Tylan Wallace will also be sidelined due to a knee injury. His absence is notable not only for his contributions as a receiver but also for his role in punt return duties, especially with Devin Duvernay sidelined by a back injury.

However, there is a glimmer of hope for the Ravens as head coach John Harbaugh has expressed optimism about Duvernay’s potential activation from injured reserve in time for the game. His return could provide a much-needed boost to the franchise’s special teams unit and receiving corps.

Ravens-Texans final injury report for playoff match

Ravens’ tight end Mark Andrews and wide receiver Devin Duvernay, both full practice participants, are labeled as “questionable” for Saturday’s game. Isaiah Likely is slated to step up in Andrews’ spot. The team is monitoring the status of Del’Shawn Phillips and Ar’Darius Washington, who are also listed as questionable in the Ravens-Texans injury report.

Jadeveon Clowney, who missed practice the previous day, returned as a full participant. Other players who fully practiced ahead of the crucial match include Zay Flowers, Odafe Oweh, Ar’Darius Washington, and Malik Harrison.

On the Texans’ front, the health outlook appears more promising, as only three individuals received injury designations in the latest report. Defensive end Jerry Hughes is ruled out with an ankle injury, while fullback Andrew Beck and offensive tackle George Fant are listed as questionable.

The Texans’ limited participation list includes notable names such as defensive tackle Maliek Collins (Hip), linebacker Denzel Perryman (Ribs), wide receiver Robert Woods (Hip), defensive end Will Anderson Jr. (Ankle), defensive end Jonathan Greenard (Ankle), fullback Andrew Beck (Back).

On a positive note, several Texans players, including guard Dieter Eiselen (Illness), cornerback Kris Boyd (Hamstring), linebacker Blake Cashman (Knee), linebacker Christian Harris (Calf), and wide receiver John Metchie III (Foot), fully participated in practice.


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Maliha is an insightful sports writer with over a year of experience focusing on the NFL. Initially venturing into both NFL and NBA coverage, her journey began without a particular affinity for American football. However, her passion for the sport blossomed as she started following football more. Now, a huge NFL fan, Maliha meticulously follows every development within the league. She always wants to ensure her analysis is comprehensive and up-to-date to fellow readers.


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