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Will Mark Ingram, J.K. Dobbins be activated from COVID-19 list to play vs. Steelers?

  • Night net Ravens Steelers v Ravens Steelers American Football Mark Ingram and J.K. Dobbins are eligible to retur夜网论坛n from the COVID-19/reserve list Wednesday, but that doesn't mean they'll suit up for the Ravens in Week 12 against the Steelers.The two Baltimore running backs were both announced as positive COVID-19 tests on Monday, Nov. 23. They've gone through the quarantine period required by the Night net, making them eligible for activation on Wednesday, Dec. 2. However, without practice time and without being allowed to fly with the team to Pittsburgh, it's not a certainty they'll be activated for the rare Wednesday afternoon game. Whether they're activated or not could determine DFS lineups, betting picks and whether Gus Edwards gets a starter's workload. Here's what we know about the timing of Ingram and Dobbins' potential activations.MORE: Updated Ravens COVID-19/reserve list When can the Ravens activate Mark Ingram, J.K. Dobbins?UPDATE: The Ravens have not activated Ingram or Dobbins from the COVID-19/reserve list and they won't play against the Ste[......]

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    Ervin Santana decision may not come for a few more days

  • Fans anxiously awaiting word on where free-agent RHP Ervin Santana will pitch in 2014 may have to wait a few more days.Reports Saturday indicated that Santana would choose between the Baltimore Orioles and Toronto Blue Jays, possibly as early as Sunday. But things may not happen that quickly.  with action on santana, it appears it may take a few days. jays, o's definitely among leaders with strong 1-yr offers.— Jon Heyman (@JonHeymanCBS) March 9, 2014 Buck talked to Dan about Ervin Santana today and said nothing was imminent. #Orioles— Roch Kubatko (@masnRoch) March 9, 2014Santana went into the offseason with hopes of a four-year deal in the mid-eight figures, but clubs have been unwilling to go there. The fact that Santana would cost some of them a first-round draft pick also played a role in keeping him on the market.Santana now is willing to sign a one-year contract, Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal reported Friday. The Blue Jays reportedly have offered the 31-year-old righthander $14 million while the Orioles have offered him a contract worth slightly less but with incentives.One other note o夜网论坛n Santana:hear twins made 3-year offer to santana. for now ervin prefers 1 year, unless he's offered 4 at ask. jays, o's involved— Jon Heyman (@JonHeymanCBS) March 9, 2014[......]

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    Kozma quickly makes amends

  • BOSTON — Pete Kozma slept just fine on Wednesday night after his two errors helped open the door to the Boston Red Sox's rout of the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 1 of the World Series. Then Kozma took a nap on Thursday afternoon for good measure. He may also be asleep right now.In less than 24 hours, Kozma went from goat to hero. Inserted as a pinch runner in the seventh inning, he stole third base and came around to score the tying run in Game 2 as the Cardinals went on to a 4-2 win to tie the series at a game apiece. He made important defensive plays after remaining in the game at shortstop, proving that his errors were indeed uncharacteristic of one of the National League's best at the position. After the Cardinals' victory, they blasted LMFAO in the vistiors' clubhouse at Fenway Park. Kozma took his time showering and getting dressed, and blasted ZZZZZ."Yesterday's behind us," he said when asked how the quick turn of events involving him felt. "We looked at our mistakes, learned from them, and moved on to today." How about that slick barehanded play on Stephen Drew's ground ball that bounced off pitcher Carlos Martinez's glove? It kept the Red Sox from bringing the tying run to the plate in the bottom of the seventh."It's not really a boost or anything," Kozma said. "Yesterday, I thought it was like a fluke. Like I said, we put our mistakes behind us and learned from them."But you've got to admit, that kind of thing, getting the opportunity for redemption so qu[......]

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