Ravens HC John Harbaugh gives brief injury update on RB Latavius Murray, C Bradley Bozeman

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The Baltimore Ravens were able to pull out a convincing 34-6 win over the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 6 of the 2021 season. It was a dominant performance all around, with the team putting on a show with their offensive, defensive, and special teams units.

Even though it was a mostly positive day overall, Baltimore saw a few of their players leave the game with injuries at some point. Two of those players were running back Latavius Murray and center Bradley Bozeman. When asked about both after the game, Ravens’ head coach John Harbaugh didn’t offer too much information, but did say that he didn’t think either injury was “overly serious”.

“I don’t know how serious they are. I don’t think they’re overly serious, but I don’t know to what degree.”

Bozeman left the game with a back injury, while Murray left with an ankle issue. Back injuries can be tricky, and Murray could be out for a decent amount of time depending on the severity of his ankle injury. However, not much is known right now, so many will be awaiting any updates on the pair.

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