It looks like the Ravens will have another one of their weapons back against the Patriots.
Baltimore running back Mark Ingram, officially listed as questionable, had a good week of practice and should be set to play tonight, a source tells NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. He had a full practice on Friday, emphasizing the point.
Ingram has been dealing with a high-ankle sprain suffered in Week 6.
The 30-year-old Alabama product has rushed for 225 yards and two scores in six games this season.
The Ravens (6-2) travel to Foxborough to take on the Patriots (3-5) on Sunday night at 8:20 p.m. ET.
Other injury news we are keeping an eye on ahead of Week 10:
- Minnesota Vikings guard Dru Samia has tested positive for COVID-19, a source tells NFL Network's Tom Pelissero. Contact tracing is being finalized and anyone deemed a high risk won't be allowed to travel with the team this afternoon for Monday night's game in Chicago.
- Arizona Cardinals running back Kenyan Drake, out a few weeks with a high-ankle sprain, is planning to play against the Buffalo Bills, a source said. He'll be watched closely in warmups to determine how significant a role he has. Cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick (thigh) and safety Budda Baker (groin) should also be good, according to Rapoport.
- Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy, listed as questionable with a shoulder injury, is expected to play against the Las Vegas Raiders, a source said.
- Detroit Lions tight end T.J. Hockenson, who popped up on the injury report this week because of his toe, is expected to play against Washington, per Rapoport. Hockenson has since been declared active, but tackle Halapoulivaati Vaitai (foot), defensive tackle Nick Williams (shoulder), linebacker Jarrad Davis (knee), and returner Jamal Agnew (ribs) are inactive.
- Washington Football Team kicker Dustin Hopkins (right groin) is officially active after being listed as questionable.
- Miami Dolphins running back Matt Breida, questionable because of a hamstring injury, may be a week away from going. As for the Los Angeles Chargers, offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga (back) and guard Trai Turner (groin) are both looking good to be on the field, Rapoport reports.
- New York Giants wide receiver Golden Tate, questionable because he tweaked his knee late in the week, is trending in the right direction to play, a source tells Rapoport. He responded well to the benching last week, as well. Tate has been officially ruled as active along with cornerback Isaac Yiadom, who was questionable with a calf injury.
- New England Patriots running back Damien Harris, dealing with ankle and chest injuries, is hopeful to play tonight against the Ravens, according to Rapoport. He'll be closely monitored before the game to make sure there are no setbacks.
- Green Bay Packers cornerbacks Kevin King and Jaire Alexander are officially inactive vs. the Jaguars. King (quad) was questionable while Alexander (concussion/hand) was deemed doubtful. Tight end Robert Tonyan (ankle) and tackle Rick Wagner (knee) -- both listed as questionable -- are officially active.
- Houston Texans defensive end Charles Omenihu is officially inactive with a hamstring injury. Wideout Keke Coutee is a healthy scratch vs. Cleveland.
- Cleveland Browns linebacker Jacob Phillips -- listed as questionable with a knee injury -- is officially inactive vs. the Texans.
- Carolina Panthers rookie defensive end Yetur Gross-Matos (ankle) and rookie safety Jeremy Chinn(knee) -- both listed as questionable -- are active vs. the Buccaneers. Cornerback Donte Jackson (toe) is also active.