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#1 Posted by elaine95 3 months 23 hours ago
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The Ravens are feeling bullish about their chances of beating the Patriots on Sunday night Jacob Bailey Jersey Draft , but that confidence might take a hit if the team has to play without safety Earl Thomas.That possibility wasn’t on the radar until the team released their injury report after Wednesday’s practice. Thomas did not participate in the session and a knee injury was given as the reason for his inactivity.Baltimore had a bye last week and Thomas last appeared on an injury report on Wednesday of Week Seven. He was out of practice that day as well, but the Ravens said the reasons were not related to injury.Cornerback Jimmy Smith was limited with the knee injury that’s kept him out since Week One, but he said earlier in the day that he is ready to play this weekend. Wide receiver Hollywood Brown (ankle) Jacob Bailey NFL Jersey , cornerback Maurice Canady (hamstring) and linebacker Patrick Onwuasor (ankle) drew the same listing. The Patriots and Lions are trading again, with Detroit offering some tight end depth.According to Justin Rogers of the , the Lions are trading tight end Michael Roberts to New England in exchange for a future late-round draft pick.Roberts might not have made the roster in Detroit Jacob Bailey NFL Draft , after the Lions used a first-round pick on T.J. Hockenson and signed Jesse James and Logan Thomas in free agency.He might not make the roster in New England either, but the path is clearer, after the retirement of Rob Gronkowski and the recent release of Austin Seferian-Jenkins Jacob Bailey Buffalo Bills Jersey , and the suspension which will take Benjamin Watson out of the first four games.Roberts was a fourth-round pick in 2017. He finished last year on injured reserve after a shoulder injury.The Patriots and Lions have sent a number of players back and forth, with Lions General Manager Bob Quinn tapping into his connections in New England to trade players and picks often.
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