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Ravens lose another cornerback to injury for Week 2 matchup against the Chiefs

by Mike Spector | Ravens Correspondent |
Fri, Sep 17th 5:49pm EDT

The Baltimore Ravens will be without another cornerback when facing the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 2, as Chris Westry will miss at least a month with a torn meniscus. (source)

Betting Impact:

The Ravens are already without Marcus Peters in the secondary who has been lost for the year with a torn ACL. They could also be without cornerback Marlon Humphrey, who is listed as questionable. Baltimore has injuries in other places too, as offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley is doubtful with an ankle injury, and wide receiver Marquise Brown is questionable after getting in a limited practice session on Friday. The injuries caused this line to move from Kansas City from -2.5 to -4 point favorites, but there was buyback at the -4 and currently sits at -3.5, per BettingPros consensus odds.

Game: KC at BAL Sun Sep 19th, 8:20pm ET | Categories: Line Movements, Injuries