great news for Baltimore Ravenssince according to Kevin Patra’s note for NFL.com, they have discharged the veteran cornerback from the list of disabled elements to play Marcus Peters.
The defensive standout suffered a cruciate ligament tear in one of his knees on September 9 of last year, just 4 days before the 2021/2022 NFL season began, missing the entire year.
Today, fully recovered, the team intends to take him little by little in his integration to training with the rest of the teambut the fact that he is back on the field is one step closer to his chances of being ready for the season opener in less than a month.
Since arriving in the National Football League, Peters has been one of the best at his position, having been named Defensive Rookie of the Year, a 3-time Pro Bowl selection, 2 times to the first team All Proand 2 times to the All Pro second team.
In the same way, being a rookie, it was interceptions co-leader in the 2015 campaign with a total of 8, tied with Reggie Nelson of the Cincinnati Bengals.
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With information from NFL.com, Marcus Peters in 6 years, has a total of 31 interceptions, the most since 2015, 6 of them ending in touchdowns, in addition to having generated 86 passes defensed (the fourth most since 2015) , with 7 interceptions, 19 passes defensed, and having scored 2 times for the Ravens in 24 games for the Baltimore team.
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NFL: The Ravens have recovered their All-Star cornerback Marcus Peters from the disabled list