The Baltimore Ravens have seen some of their players leave 2022 training camp practices with ailments over the course of the past few weeks. Multiple members of their rookie class are included on that list, including center Tyler Linderbaum and offensive tackle Daniel Faalele. However, another rookie who has dealt with some injuries over the course of camp is cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis.
Armour-Davis missed time before the team’s first preseason game against the Tennessee Titans, and didn’t play in the 23-10 win. He returned the the practice field after the contest, but on Wednesday left early after about an hour on the field.
Ravens rookie CB Jalyn Armour-Davis left practice about an hour on. Didn’t see what happened but he looked shaken up.
— Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiec) August 17, 2022
Ravens CB Jalyn Armour-Davis left the field an hour into practice.
Didn’t see what happened but the rookie fourth-round pick walked off looking queasy.
— Jamison Hensley (@jamisonhensley) August 17, 2022
Armour-Davis could have a key role in Baltimore’s secondary during the 2022 season, and him missing reps early in his first training camp isn’t ideal. However, the most important thing is for the rookie to be at full strength, and hopefully his injury is something that he can recover from with no issues and be back on the field soon.