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Injuries won’t subside as Ravens try to stay atop division

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By NOAH TRISTER
AP Sports Writer

OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) — Since starting the season 5-1 the Baltimore Ravens are 3-3 — and there have been few signs of a letup when it comes to their injuries. The latest major injury for the Ravens was the loss of cornerback Marlon Humphrey who went on injured reserve Wednesday. That takes a two-time Pro Bowler off the field for Baltimore. The Ravens have handled their health problems well enough that they lead the AFC North with five games remaining, but there’s a sense that any one of these injuries could be a breaking point.

Associated Press

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