Titans vs. Ravens Injury Report: The Latest on Mark Ingram’s Chances to Play in Divisional Round
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The 6-seeded Tennesse Titans will face off against the 1-seeded Baltimore Ravens in Saturday’s AFC Divisional Round matchup (8:15 p.m. ET on CBS).
We’re tracking key injuries for both teams in the run-up to kickoff. You’ll find the latest news with our daily updates outlined below.
Titans vs. Ravens Injury Report: Divisional Round
RB Mark Ingram and TE Mark Andrews are both officially listed as questionable for Saturday’s game. There are some conflicting reports on Ingram’s availability, but ESPN’s Adam Schefter said Ingram is expected to play. Even though Andrews is listed as questionable, I’d be surprised if he was ruled out since he got in limited practices all week, along with having the bye week to get healthy.
As expected, Titans WR Adam Humphries was ruled out with his ankle injury. Titans LB Jayon Brown was also ruled out with his shoulder injury, but LB Kamalei Correa was removed from the injury report after he sat out Wednesday with an illness. Tennessee’s secondary will be at full strength after Jackson practiced in full and was removed from the injury report.
Titans WR Adam Humphries continues to miss practice with his ankle injury, so it would be a surprise if he plays this game. There was also no change in RB Dion Lewis’ or CB Adoree’ Jackson’s practice status on Wednesday. At this point, it seems like Jackson is trending towards missing this game. He may have a chance if he can get in a practice on Thursday.
The Ravens consider RB Mark Ingram “day to day” after he missed his second straight practice with a calf strain. He’s been experiencing tightness throughout the week, so the Ravens are being cautious with him.
It seems likely he’ll be listed as questionable when final reports are released on Thursday.
RB Mark Ingram missed practice Tuesday, which isn’t a great sign, but it’s not surprising they’re being cautious heading into this game.
TE Mark Andrews got in a limited session on Tuesday, so he’s likely trending toward playing. It was common for Andrews to be limited in practice throughout the regular season, so he should be trending towards playing.
The Titans had several additions to their injury report. For starters, CB Adoree’ Jackson (foot) is back to sitting out with his foot injury. Jackson was active last week for the first time in several weeks, so the DNP is slightly concerning.
RB Dion Lewis (shoulder) popped up as a limited participant, but does it matter? This is RB Derrick Henry’s backfield.
LB Jayon Brown (shoulder) also sat out. It’s a noteworthy injury as Brown is third on the team in tackles.
The big injury to monitor on the Ravens is RB Mark Ingram, who suffered a calf strain in Week 16. John Harbaugh said Ingram was on track to play on Saturday.
That said, Ingram was absent from Tuesday’s practice during the open portion that’s open to the media. He reportedly felt some tightness and wanted to ease up to avoid further injury.
TE Mark Andrews (ankle) sat out the Ravens’ meaningless Week 17 game with an ankle injury so he’s had some extra time to get right for this playoff game. As of writing, there’s no additional news on Andrews, so we’ll have a better idea on his status once practice reports are submitted.
At the time of writing, the Titans are in great shape heading into this game. WR Adam Humphries now has missed five-straight games with an ankle injury. Even if he returns this week, there’s no telling how his usage would look after an extended absence.
Titans vs. Ravens Injury Status Tracker
We’re tracking each player’s daily practice participation in the table below. You’ll also find their official injury designation in the “Team Status” column, but if that’s not yet available, the FantasyLabs (FL) Status will also be updated throughout the week.
Titans vs. Ravens Betting Odds
The Ravens opened as 10-point favorites, but they’re now sitting at -9.5 at FanDuel . The over/under, meanwhile, sits at 46.5 as of Tuesday.