Breaking News: Baltimore Ravens confirm the star they are now willling to sign as perfect replacement for Keaton Mitchell

In a turn of events for the Baltimore Ravens, running back Melvin Gordon is reportedly set to rejoin the team following the season-ending injury suffered by Keaton Mitchell in their recent 23-7 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars. Gordon, aged 30, had previously been part of the Ravens’ system during training camp and had appeared in two games earlier in the regular season. In those games, he showcased his abilities by accumulating 99 yards from scrimmage, with five of his 16 carries resulting in crucial first downs.

Meanwhile, Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley recently experienced a significant life event as he welcomed his first child, a boy named Tyler Jr. Weighing in at eight pounds and 12 ounces, the arrival of Tyler Jr. led Huntley to miss practice on Thursday, although he returned to preparations on Friday. The 25-year-old quarterback, in his fourth season with the Ravens, has served as a reliable backup to Lamar Jackson, making appearances in three games this season and throwing eight passes, including one for a touchdown.

Furthermore, the Ravens find themselves well-represented in the finalists for the Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award, with current guard Kevin Zeitler, along with former Ravens Kyle Juszczyk and C.J. Mosley, earning nominations. The award, introduced in 2014, recognizes players who exhibit outstanding sportsmanship on the field. The winners will be announced at the NFL Honors event on February 8, with other nominees including Budda Baker, Maxx Crosby, Khalil Mack, Dak Prescott, and Bobby Wagner.


Ravens activate RB Melvin Gordon III from practice squad for game vs.  Bengals

In another noteworthy move, the Ravens strengthened their quarterback depth by signing rookie signal-caller Malik Cunningham from the New England Patriots practice squad. Cunningham, a former teammate of Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson at the University of Louisville in 2017, joins the team in what is being referred to as a “Louisville reunion.”

Looking ahead to their upcoming Sunday night matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars, oddsmakers favor the Ravens in the early stages, with opening odds positioning them as 3.5-point favorites. The game will mark the 24th all-time meeting between the Ravens and Jaguars, with Jacksonville leading the series 13-10. Despite the Jaguars holding an 8-5 record, the Ravens, with a 10-3 record, are seeking to secure the top seed in the AFC and a coveted first-round bye.

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