Ravens cornerback Brandon Stephens is again in Baltimore after going to the hospital as a result of he grew to become “acutely ill,” the crew stated on Wednesday.
Stephens was slated to play within the Ravens’ Week 18 matchup in opposition to the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday however obtained sick that morning.
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“Baltimore Ravens CB Brandon Stephens became acutely ill at the team hotel on Sunday morning and was transported to a local hospital in Cincinnati for evaluation,” the crew stated in a press release. “He remained in Cincinnati for treatment and has since returned to Baltimore, where he is feeling better and is in good spirits.”
Stephens was a third-round select of SMU — he attended UCLA for 2 years earlier than transferring.
The 25-year-old began in 4 of his 15 video games performed this 12 months after beginning 11 final season. However, he is performed in 95 and 90 p.c of the Ravens’ defensive snaps in his final two video games performed, respectively. He additionally has performed in a majority of particular groups snaps this season.
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He has 115 tackles (80 solo) and 11 go breakups in 32 profession video games.
His standing for the AFC wild-card spherical sport in opposition to the Bengals (12-4) is unknown — will probably be the third time the 2 groups meet this season and the second time in as many weeks, each in Cincinnati.
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The video games kicks off at 8:15 p.m. ET on Sunday night time.