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11/06/16 - LT Ronnie Stanley was back in the lineup after missing the past four games and had made several costly errors. Stanley, a first-round pick from Notre Dame, committed four penalties and showed the effects from the extended layoff. His third flag -- a 10-yard penalty for holding -- initially forced a 54-field goal attempt by Justin Tucker, However, the Steelers committed their own penalty on the next play for too many men on the field and Tucker nailed the kick from 49 yards.
Flacco was also sacked three times. After the game, Stanley was glad to get the win and vowed to play better. "It was a fight out there," Stanley said. "We got the win and that's what really matters. But yes, I know I can play better."
10/31/16 - LT Ronnie Stanley (foot) is expected to be back in the lineup for the first time in four games. Staley has been able to practice but the injury has prevented him from appearing in any games. The offensive line has struggled without Stanley in the lineup. Fellow rookie Alex Lewis has started at left guard with Stanley unable to play.
10/26/16 - LT Ronnie Stanley (foot) missed his fourth straight game Week 7 against the New York Jets. Stanley was listed as questionable going into the game. Stanley was back at practice this week and offensive line coach Juan Castillo said Stanley should be back in the lineup Nov. 6 against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
10/24/16 - LT Ronnie Stanley (foot) missed his fourth straight game Week 7 against the New York Jets. It was a bit surprising since Stanley was a full participant in practice leading up to the game. Stanley was listed as questionable going into the game. Fellow rookie Alex Lewis got the start at left tackle in Stanley's place and had a pair of costly penalties.
10/20/16 - LT Ronnie Stanley (foot) was able to fully participate in practice this week for the first time in three weeks. Stanley has missed the past three games, forcing the Ravens to reshuffle the offensive line. If Stanley can play, fellow rookie Alex Lewis can move back to left guard. Baltimore has allowed 11 sacks in Stanley's absence.
10/19/16 - LT Ronnie Stanley (foot) was back at practice Wednesday after missing the previous three games. If Stanley can play this week against the New York Jets that would be a huge boost for the Ravens' offensive line, which has allowed 11 sacks over the past three games, all losses. Alex Lewis has played left tackle i Stanley's absence, and will move back to left guard if both are back in the lineup.
10/17/16 - OT Ronnie Stanley (foot) missed his third consecutive game despite being able to practice earlier in the week. Fellow rookie Alex Lewis took over left tackle. Stanley could be back Week 7 against the New York Jets.
10/14/16 - LT Ronnie Stanley (foot) is listed as doubtful for the Ravens and could sit out Sunday's visit to the New York Giants.
10/12/16 - LT Ronnie Stanley, who has missed the past two games because of a foot injury, was not able to practice Wednesday. The Ravens are hopeful Stanley can get back in the lineup for the next game against the New York Giants.
10/09/16 - LT Ronnie Stanley (foot) missed a second consecutive game Sunday.