He'll have more tests today to determine the severity, Rapoport said. Rapoport added he left the stadium in a walking boot but that isn't always a big deal in terms of severity of the injury, and it just helps to relieve the pressure. Rapoport said Ingram won't play this week with nothing to play for, but it's not certain Ingram will be ready even after the bye week to open the playoffs.
Coach John Harbaugh told reporters after the game that there were "no structural issues" with Ingram's calf. Ingram is set to undergo an MRI, and there will be more of an update on his status Monday. The Ravens would have no reason to play Ingram in Week 17, which then also gives him the bye week off to get ready for the playoffs. Look for Edwards and Hill to be involved in Week 17.
Sep 11, 2019 · 8:43 PM EDT
Ravens RB Mark Ingram (shoulder) took limited practice reps Wednesday. We'll monitor this but for now we're assuming Ingram will play against the Cardinals in Week 2. If he were to miss, Gus Edwards would see most of the carries with Justice Hill chipping in as the change of pace back.