The NFL is at the very peak of its season. And the drama just keeps on getting better and better. After the much-talked-about injury of A-Rod due to a torn Achilles, J.K. Dobbins has suffered something similar. In a game between Houston Texans and Baltimore Ravens, Ravens’ running back J.K. Dobbins sustained a torn Achilles injury that could put the player out of the gridiron for at least six months.
This incident has left the Baltimore Raven at an impasse. With Dobbins out of the picture for at least six months, the Ravens need to come up with something. Otherwise, the season can prove to be just another failure.
Although there is no official confirmation from the Baltimore Ravens, sources suggest that adding Kenyan Drake to the roster could be a solution that they are veering toward. Earlier on, Drake was seen training for the Indianapolis Colts, but after the Dobbins mishap, Drake will be making his way back to the Ravens.
Will Dobbins Be Replaced?
According to Tom Pelisssero, who has been closely following the case for a while now, has some tea to spill. In a recent tweet on X, Pelissero claimed that “The #Ravens are signing RB Kenyan Drake to their practice squad, per source.” Now, Drake is not really a new name face in the Ravens camp. In fact, he did play with them till the last season before moving to the Colts. But now, he is back again after Dobbin’s mishap.
Although Fans unanimously agree that Dobbins is irreplaceable. But Drake is not just a replacement you can scoff at. Drake played at least 12 games with the Ravens last year. In those 12 games, Drake started 5 of them and even scored four touchdowns for 482 yards. It is an impressive state that can prove the key to Raven’s success. Keep following our page for more sports-related content.
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