Marcus Peters, a cornerback with the Baltimore Ravens, is back in action. The organization announced on Monday that the seasoned corner had cleared his physical and was taken off the PUP list. On September 9, four days before the season began, Peters tore his ACL during practice. He was out for the entire 2021 campaign. He will be eased back into practice by the Ravens as he gains strength. Marcus Peters is anticipated to have a fantastic season.
The Baltimore secondary will benefit greatly from the ballhawk’s return. Peters has created 86 passes defensed in six years and has recorded 31 interceptions, the most in the NFL since 2015, with six of them going for touchdowns (fourth-most since 2015). In 24 games with Baltimore, Peters has 19 passes defended, 7 interceptions, and 2 goals. Ar’Darius Washington, a second-year safety, returned to practice on Monday after passing his physical, according to the Ravens.