The Baltimore Ravens have been shuffling around their roster as they deal with injuries as well as getting players back from previous ailments. They currently sit at 2-2 through four weeks of the 2022 season, and are hoping to pick up an important divisional win against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 5.
On Wednesday, Baltimore made a couple of roster moves before their practice session. Running back Gus Edwards was designated to return from the physically unable to perform list and practiced, while they also signed wide receiver Bailey Gaither to the practice squad.
RB Gus Edwards has returned to practice.
We have also signed WR Bailey Gaither has been signed to the practice squad.https://t.co/a6Limevu89
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) October 5, 2022
Ravens RB Gus Edwards has been activated off PUP. It’s his first practice since September 2021. Edward’s missed all of last season with a knee injury. pic.twitter.com/3MBc7zfC0d
— Jamison Hensley (@jamisonhensley) October 5, 2022
Getting Edwards back is an excellent thing for the Baltimore offense, as the running game has been struggling this season outside of what quarterback Lamar Jackson has provided them. Edwards has rushed for 2,152 yards on 414 rush attempts and 10 touchdowns throughout his career, averaging 5.2 yards per attempt.
Gaither will provide the team with additional wide receiver depth with questions surrounding wideout Rashod Bateman’s availability following Week 4.