Harbaugh says three Ravens receivers on COVID list ‘on track’ to play Sunday


The Ravens are “on track” to have wide receivers Marquise “Hollywood” Brown, Miles Boykin and James Proche on Sunday for their game against the Jaguars, coach John Harbaugh said in his Friday press conference. 

All three were added to the Reserve/COVID-19 list on Wednesday after being identified as “high-risk close contacts” and 

Brown is tied for the team lead in receptions this year with 43 and is first in receiving yards, with 605. Boykin has 16 receptions for 206 yards and Proche is averaging 8.3 yards per return as the team’s lone punt returner. 

The Ravens, if all are available, will have their full assortment of wideouts back in the mix against a Jaguars team that ranks 28th in the NFL with 29.5 points per game allowed. With just three games left in the season, the Ravens will need all the offensive strength they can muster to earn a playoff spot and make the type of run they want to. 

With the Jaguars and Bengals on the schedule, at least 10 wins is likely for the Ravens. The return of three wide receivers only boosts that percentage.