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Ravens OLB Tyus Bowser will make season debut vs. Saints; RB Gus Edwards sidelined by hamstring injury – Boston Herald



Ravens outside linebacker Tyus Bowser will make his season debut Monday night against the New Orleans Saints, his first game since tearing his Achilles tendon in the team’s 2021 regular-season finale 10 months ago.

Bowser, who led the Ravens in sacks last season, was noncommittal when asked after practice Saturday whether he expected to play — ”If you see [No.] 54 on the field, that’s when you’ll know” — but has been practicing since Oct. 12.

Second-round pick David Ojabo’s NFL debut, meanwhile, will wait. Ojabo, who tore his own Achilles at Michigan’s pro day in March, didn’t fully practice until Wednesday. The Ravens have a bye week after Monday’s game in New Orleans and don’t play again until Nov. 20 against the Carolina Panthers.

Tight end Mark Andrews (shoulder/knee) was ruled out Sunday. Running back Gus Edwards (hamstring) also is inactive after not practicing last week. He left the Ravens’ win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 8 and did not return.

With running back J.K. Dobbins (minor knee surgery) and wide receiver Rashod Bateman (season-ending foot injury) also unavailable, quarterback Lamar Jackson will be without his top two running backs, top wide receiver and top tight end against the Saints.

Guard Ben Cleveland, wide receiver Tylan Wallace and inside linebacker Josh Bynes are also inactive. Wide receiver Demarcus Robinson (groin) is active despite missing practice Saturday.

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