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Armour-Davis (illness) wasn't listed on Baltimore's injury report Monday.
Armour-Davis missed Sunday's loss to Cleveland with an illness but appears to be healthy once again. The 24-year-old has played in four games this season and should have a chance to play again versus the Bengals on Thursday.
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Armour-Davis (illness) is inactive ahead of Sunday's game against the Browns.
The Alabama product was able to log a limited practice session Friday after recording a DNP on Thursday, but it seems as if he's still not well enough to suit up this Sunday. Armour-Davis has appeared in four games for the Ravens this year, recording two total tackles and primarily playing on special teams.
Armour-Davis (hamstring) was a full participant at practice Thursday, Ryan Mink of the Ravens' official site reports.
It appears the hamstring injury Armour-Davis sustained Sunday at Cleveland was a minor one, and he looks ready to go again for Week 5. He's played exclusively on special teams through three games in 2023.
Armour-Davis (hamstring) was able to practice Wednesday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
It's unclear whether Armour-Davis was limited or participated in full after he left Sunday's win over the Browns early with the injury. Either way, a return to the field in any form at this stage of the week is likely a positive sign for his chances of playing in Week 5 against the Steelers.
Armour-Davis has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Browns due to a hamstring injury.
Armour-Davis operates exclusively on special teams, so his absence shouldn't have a major impact on Baltimore's defensive scheme.
Armour-Davis (hip) participated during Ravens' camp Wednesday, Mike Preston of the Baltimore Sun reports.
Armour-Davis has been recovering from injuring his hip during Week 4 of last year but has since had enough time to move past the issue. The second-year cornerback will compete for a starting position in the Baltimore secondary ahead of the coming season.
Armour-Davis (hip) is expected to return for the Ravens' training camp according to head coach John Harbaugh, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Armour-Davis was placed on injured reserve after suffering a hip injury during Week 4 of the 2022 NFL season and he's still recovering from the issue. The 2022 fourth-round pick appeared in the first four games for Baltimore last year, tallying six tackles, one pass break up and one tackle for loss. Expect the Alabama product to compete for a depth role in the Ravens' secondary once he's healthy again.
Armour-Davis (hip) was limited in practice Thursday, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Banner reports.
Armour-Davis participated only in positional work, as the 23-year-old is still recovering from a hip injury suffered in November. With the Ravens currently lacking proven talent at corner behind Marlon Humphrey and Rock Ya-Sin, the 2022 fourth-round pick could find himself competing for ample playing time once healthy.