Gus Edwards, former Rutgers RB, updates status for Ravens Wild Card game vs. Bengals
Gus Edwards spoke to the media on Friday. The former Rutgers RB discussed how he’s feeling ahead of the Baltimore Ravens’ playoff game on Sunday, per Jonas Shaffer of the Baltimore Banner.
Edwards’ status was up in the air after suffering a concussion against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 18. Edwards stated that he has cleared concussion protocol and is looking forward to Sunday Night.
Edwards has played in nine games for Baltimore this season. Edwards compiled 433 yards rushing and 3 touchdowns from the games where he’s been healthy.
Ravens RB Gus Edwards said he’s cleared concussion protocol. He’s looking forward to Sunday night. pic.twitter.com/FCitn6wpFy
— Jonas Shaffer (@jonas_shaffer) January 13, 2023
The Ravens lost to the Bengals in Week 18 by a score of 27-16, but will have another shot at their division rivals.
Much like the last Bengals game, QB Lamar Jackson will not be playing unfortunately. Jackson has not played since Week 13 and was ruled out for Sunday’s game with a knee injury.
Kickoff will be at 8:15 p.m. ET on NBC.