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Ravens RB Mark Ingram II Dealing with Calf Injury

As the Ravens held their first practice Tuesday in advance of Saturday night’s divisional-round matchup against the Titans, running back Mark Ingram II (calf injury) was one of four players not seen at the open portion of practice, Daniel Oyefusi of the Baltimore Sun reports.

Last week, coach John Harbaugh said Ingram, who suffered a “mild-to-moderate” calf strain Dec. 22 against the Cleveland Browns, was “on track” to play Saturday and “should be practicing next week, full speed.”

But as he spoke to reporters Tuesday before practice, Harbaugh wouldn’t expand on Ingram when asked about his status.

“We’re not talking about any injuries this week,” Harbaugh said. “We’ll just wait and see. You’ll know on [Saturday].”

According to an NFL Network report, Ingram was “was essentially full speed last week on his calf” during the team’s bye week, “but he felt some tightness … and pulled back to avoid re-injury.”

The reports adds that Ingram “still has a chance to play” Saturday.


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