Skip to main content

Ravens Confirm Marlon Humphrey Will Miss Remainder of Season

The Baltimore Ravens have lost their star cornerback to injury.

The Baltimore Ravens will be without star cornerback Marlon Humphrey for the remainder of the year due to a pectoral injury, head coach John Harbaugh confirmed. 

Humphrey was injured during the Pittsburgh Steelers game, which Harbaugh said afterwards had an impact on the decision to go for two after the final touchdown of the game. The Ravens would fail the conversion, sealing a victory for the Steelers, 20-19.

Humphrey has one interception on the season with a forced fumble and 13 pass deflections. In 12 games this year, he's recorded 58 tackles. 

Make sure you bookmark All Steelers for the latest news, exclusive interviews, film breakdowns and so much more!

Steelers Unlikely to Have Two Players Against Vikings

Read More

Minkah Fitzpatrick Says T.J. Watt Should Win DPOY

Diontae Johnson Inspired Minkah Fitzpatrick to Improve This Season

John Leglue on Being Thrown Into Steelers-Ravens Rivalry

Lamar Jackson Credits T.J. Watt for Failed 2-Point Conversion

Steelers Open as Underdogs to Vikings