Ravens' Mark Ingram dealing with "mid- to high-ankle sprain" heading into Week 7 bye
Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram has been diagnosed with a "mid- to high-ankle sprain", according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero.
Ingram was forced from Week 6's win over the Philadelphia Eagles with an ankle injury, and an MRI early this week revealed a "mid- to high-ankle sprain". John Harbaugh said that Ingram will "probably" be back for Week 8's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. However, if the injury is more on the high-ankle side, Ingram could be looking at a longer timetable for return. If Ingram is forced to miss time, Gus Edwards and rookie J.K. Dobbins would both see an increase in touches.
Ingram has produced 225 yards on 50 carries this season (4.5 per attempt) with 3 receptions on 5 targets for 25 yards in the passing game. He is Pro Football Focus' 104th ranked running back through six weeks.
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