Less than a year ago when Marcus Peters torn the ACL and missed the entire 2021 season. Things are looking much better for the veteran full-back in 2022, as he joins training on Monday for the first time since picking up an injury. there.
As multiple sources have noted, Raven is not expected to rush Peters back into game mode. Still, it’s a promising sign that Peters has overcome fitness and is ready to play.
Peters’ injury was just one of many that plagued Baltimore last season. Like CBS Sports reminding us, Peters has more interceptions (31) than any other corner since he entered the league in 2015. Add Baltimore’s other secondary injuries last season, and none It’s no surprise that Raven has become one of the scariest defenses in what’s become one of the easiest to find.
There is no word yet on when Peters could join the team full-time. The Ravens continue their pre-season play this weekend with Sunday night’s game against the Arizona Cardinals.