Ravens in wait-and-see mode with RB J.K. Dobbins

Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh is still in a wait-and-see mode on whether starting running back J.K. Dobbins will be ready for the regular-season opener.

"He's made some good progress this week," Harbaugh said after Wednesday's practice. "We measure times of how fast he runs, how fast he decelerates, how fast he changes direction. You can see the improvement is tangible. So, we'll see."

Related players: Gus Edwards, Tyler Badie, Mike Davis, Justice Hill

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Dobbins, who tore his left ACL last August, has been participating in individual drills for five days since being activated off the physically unable to perform list. The Ravens remain non-committal on if Dobbins will be recovered enough to play Sept. 11 at the New York Jets, the story went on to say. The story added Dobbins is ahead of schedule compared to Edwards who is still on the PUP list. Badie, Davis and Hill would be up next assuming neither Dobbins nor Edwards would be ready for Week 1.

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