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BALTIMORE — Before Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson established himself as a successful starter in the NFL, back when many considered him more of a project than a budding star, he was delivering handoffs to Gus Edwards.

Two years later, Jackson’s the reigning MVP one win away from his third straight trip to the playoffs. And Edwards remains in the fold, receiving regular carries, churning his legs and offering an ideal complement to Jackson in the backfield.

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When obstacles appear in front of Edwards, like the arrival of hyped competition in the running backs room or the threat of wear and tear that derails so many ball-carriers, he treats them like an opponent’s attempt at an arm tackle: He barrels right through.

Most of the starters from Jackson’s first playoff run in 2018 have either left the Ravens’ roster or taken on new roles. Marshal Yanda retired; John Brown and Michael Crabtree signed elsewhere; Ronnie Stanley and Nick Boyle suffered season-ending knee injuries this fall.

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Then there’s Edwards, a quiet player with a punishing running style who entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent and rolled up a team-high 85 rushing yards on 15 carries during Sunday’s win over the Giants. The Ravens will return to the postseason if they beat the Bengals this week, and they’re in a favorable position thanks in part to Edwards, once again.

“He’s really incredible,” tight end Mark Andrews said. “Gus, he deserves a lot more credit than he gets. He’s the heart and soul, kind of, of our team, really, with everything he does, the way he runs the ball. You see the way he catches the ball, and he breaks tackles left and right. He’s a beast.”

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Edwards added two receptions for 37 yards against the Giants, including one in which he caught the pass, broke two tackles along the right sideline and regained his balance to run for 27 yards.

When asked about Ravens running back Gus Edwards, coach John Harbaugh gave a description of the soft-spoken third-year player that seemed to match his running style.

“He’s a straightforward kind of a guy [with his] work ethic, personality [and] professionalism,” Harbaugh said. “He has a lot of talent. Yes, I would say it hasn’t changed one bit. That’s who he is.”

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Earlier in the season, offensive coordinator Greg Roman referred to Edwards as a “closer,” a bruising late-game option for tired defenses after tackling Mark Ingram II for the majority of a game. But Edwards has ascended into more of a starring role alongside rookie J.K. Dobbins in recent weeks, showcasing elusiveness that was the focal point of offseason workouts.

As an undrafted rookie free agent from 2018, Edwards burst onto the scene late in the season as the Ravens turned to then-rookie Lamar Jackson and a run-oriented approach. Edwards, currently listed at 6-foot-1 and 238 pounds, was a perfect complement for the shifty Jackson. Edwards was a burly downhill runner who forced defenses to monitor inside runs while Jackson posed a threat on the edge on read-option plays. In the final seven games of the season that Jackson started, Edwards rushed for 654 yards and two touchdowns, averaging 5.27 yards per carry.

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In his second season, Edwards returned to a backup role with the team’s acquisition of Ingram and he was maybe even better. Just five of Edwards’ 133 carries in 2019 resulted in negative yardage. As Edwards and Ingram returned for the 2020 season, as well as second-year back Justice Hill, and the team drafted Dobbins in the second round of the NFL draft, Edwards went to work to become an all-around back.

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Edwards spent much of an offseason warped by the coronavirus pandemic working out with Baltimore-based trainer P.J. Quarrie, who also trained Hill, wide receiver Marquise “Hollywood” Brown and other Ravens players before the start of the season.

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It wasn’t the first time Edwards embarked on speed training — he did so after a disappointing 40 time at his Pro Day at Rutgers — but Quarrie sought to improve Edwards’ footwork, the core of any good running back.

“If we don’t address the feet and the ankle first, then you’re actually doing any athletes a disservice,” Quarrie said in an interview.

The foundation of Edwards’ training was single-leg plyometric exercises, much of the workouts conducted barefoot, to strengthen his feet and ankles. Over time, Quarrie began to notice Edwards’ calves grow and his balance improved.

“His movements are powerful,” Quarrie said. “He has to be able to push off the ground, redirect, [deaccelerate], redirect, [accelerate, deaccelerate]. If you don’t have that power to push into the ground and control your body weight, then you’re not going to be effective.”

Those types of plays epitomize Edwards’ NFL career: He keeps on pushing.

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The 6-foot-1, 238-pound runner entered the league after college stops at Miami and Rutgers carrying impressive size for a running back. Questions hovered around his ability to accelerate and make NFL defenders miss.

Though the Ravens cut Edwards before the start of the 2018 season, they eventually signed him off the practice squad and plugged him into the lineup, where his straight-ahead, forceful running style paired well with Jackson’s speed. Jackson could either hand the ball to Edwards, a bulldozer of a back, on a given play or sprint into open space himself.

Recently, Edwards has added some wiggle to his game that makes Jackson proud. He juked several Giants on Sunday and bounced carries toward the sideline, combining his power with hints of agility. Edwards also has more receiving yards the past two games (73) than he did in his first two seasons combined (65).

“Oh man, he’s doing it all right now,” Jackson said. “He’s catching the ball out of the backfield now – it’s getting deadly.”

Edwards credited the advancements in his skill set to the teammates in his position group, like Mark Ingram and J.K. Dobbins.

“The competition that’s in my room is tremendous,” he said Sunday. “When you see those guys go out and make the plays that they do, it motivates you. It’s no slack off. We’re all competitors, and we all keep pushing each other.”

Those other running backs have also made Edwards’ continued presence somewhat improbable. In 2018, Edwards wasn’t even the first running back to earn a promotion off the practice squad. He only received an opportunity after De’Lance Turner suffered a thigh injury.

Edwards established himself as a productive back down the stretch of the ’18 season, but then the Ravens signed Ingram, a multi-time Pro Bowler, the next spring and selected Justice Hill in the fourth round of the draft. This April, the Ravens drafted Dobbins in the second round.

All of those players brought more acclaim and higher expectations to Baltimore. None have been as steady of a force as Edwards, who averaged 5.2 yards per carry in 2018 and 5.3 in ’19. He’s gained an even 5 yards per rushing attempt this year.

Whenever Baltimore has made personnel moves that could nudge Edwards out of the backfield rotation, he’s rolled through defenses and tightened his grip on a prominent role.

“Gus is just being him,” Jackson said after Sunday’s rout of New York. “I’ve been saying that he’s ‘Gus the bus.’ He just keeps it going, living up to his name. I’m used to seeing it, so it’s not a surprise.”

Edwards, 25, is the only offensive skill-position player who has appeared in every one of Jackson’s starts for the Ravens, and he isn’t likely to leave the lineup soon — at least not until he enters restricted free agency in March.

Baltimore deactivated the 31-year-old Ingram the past two weeks and split playing time close to evenly between Dobbins and Edwards. Even when Dobbins takes on a larger workload, Edwards still offers value to the Ravens because of his muscle.

While he’s added new components to his game, Edwards’ downhill running prowess remains his trademark. NFL NextGen Stats rates him as the third-most efficient running back in the league with an average of 3.2 total yards run per every 1 positive yard gained. Edwards doesn’t move side-to-side too much or take many wasted steps.

He’s also tied for second in the NFL with an average of 1.13 more yards than expected per carry, according to NextGen Stats. In other words, if metrics say a typical running back would gain 3 three yards on a carry, Edwards would gain 4.13.

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The Baltimore Ravens will play at the Pittsburgh Steelers on Wednesday afternoon because of 10 days of positive tests for COVID-19, three postponements and the Christmas tree
lighting at Rockefeller Center.

This is so 2020. Actually, it’s more like 2012.

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Instead of Lamar Jackson throwing passes to Mark Andrews, a national television audience (3:40 ET, NBC) will watch Robert Griffin III tossing the ball to Dez Bryant. It was
eight years ago when Griffin was the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year and Bryant caught 92 passes. Now, they’re being asked to step up and help the Ravens upset the NFL’s only
undefeated team.

Robert Griffin III, who has started just four games in the last two seasons, will try to rekindle his 2012 Offensive Rookie of the Year magic against the undefeated Pittsburgh
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One of the largest outbreaks in professional sports has decimated the Baltimore roster. The Ravens currently have 17 players on the reserve/COVID-19 list, which includes six Pro
Bowl players and the reigning NFL MVP in Jackson.

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“It’s never about who’s not playing,” Pro Bowl linebacker Matthew Judon said at the start of the outbreak before he tested positive. “It’s always about who is playing.”

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So, who exactly is playing for Baltimore?

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The Ravens will have 11 different starters from their season-opening game. Baltimore called up 10 practice squad players just 90 minutes before kickoff to fill out their 48-man
game-day roster

Here is the game-day roster:

Quarterback: Griffin, Trace McSorley, Tyler Huntley (practice squad). Griffin, 30, makes his second start in four years. In last season’s finale, he knocked off the Steelers
with a less-than-stellar performance while many Ravens starters rested. Griffin was 11-of-21 for 96 yards and one interception. If McSorley is unable to play, the primary backup
is Huntley, an undrafted rookie who went 23-10 at Utah. With no preseason games this year, Huntley has yet to take a snap in an NFL game.

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Running back: Gus Edwards, Justice Hill, Ty’Son Williams (PS). J.K. Dobbins, Mark Ingramwere not activated off the reserve/COVID-19 list after having not practiced since
testing positive on Nov. 22. The expectation is Edwards will get the start and will be backed up by Hill, a seldom-used 2019 fourth-round pick, and Williams, who was just
elevated off the practice squad. Edwards has totaled 217 yards rushing in his past two games against Pittsburgh.

So much has changed for the Ravens in the past week, but Robert Griffin III may be feeling in a somewhat familiar spot.

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With Lamar Jackson placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 list, it’s Griffin who must step up and take on the undefeated Pittsburgh Steelers in a crucial Week 12 game Tuesday night.

It will be Griffin’s first start since Week 17 last year when he also took on (you guessed it) the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The circumstances are much different. Last year, the Ravens had already locked up the top seed in the AFC playoffs and rested many backups against Pittsburgh’s top-flight
defense, which was playing all of its starters.

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Premier Steelers defenders such as outside linebackers T.J. Watt and Bud Dupree, defensive tackle Cameron Heyward, cornerbacks Joe Haden and Mike Hilton, and safeties Minkah
Fitzpatrick and Terrell Edmunds all started for Pittsburgh.

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Meanwhile, Baltimore used a starting offensive line without left tackle Ronnie Stanley and right guard Marshal Yanda – just like this year. The starting line was James Hurst,
Bradley Bozeman, Patrick Mekari, Parker Ehinger and Orlando Brown Jr.

Lead running back Mark Ingram II was injured and out, leaving Gus Edwards and Justice Hill as the runners trying to break the NFL’s all-time rushing record (which they did).
Now, Ingram is another Ravens player currently on the Reserve/COVID-19 list.

Despite playing the backups, the Ravens piled up 223 rushing yards and 304 total offensive yards in last year’s season finale at M&T Bank Stadium. Hill scored on an 8-yard
touchdown run and Justin Tucker kicked four field goals.

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Griffin, in his first start since 2016, was 11-of-21 for 96 yards passing and one interception in a steady rain. He ran eight times for 50 yards.

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The stakes are much different this time around, with Pittsburgh in position to ensure Baltimore won’t win a third straight AFC North crown and deal their rivals a tough blow in
a competitive AFC playoff race.

Griffin also won’t have the benefit of having Devlin “Duck” Hodges as the opposing quarterback. The Steelers offense was struggling last year, which helped put Baltimore’s
offense in more advantageous positions.

This year, the Steelers defense is just as – if not more – ferocious. Pittsburgh leads the league in points allowed per game (17.4), sacks (38), and takeaways (21).

Perhaps the biggest factor working against Griffin this year when compared to last season is that the Ravens have been operating virtually all week, and it’s unknown whether
Griffin will get any on-field practices with the first-team offense before heading to Pittsburgh.

With the Ravens missing 16 players and the wide receiver corps underperforming, could Dez Bryant be Baltimore’s X factor? Patrick Smith/Getty Images
Wide receiver: Marquise Brown, Bryant, Miles Boykin, Devin Duvernay, James Proche. One of worst-producing wide receiver groups lost its most consistent player, Willie Snead, who
tested positive over the weekend. Brown, who was supposed to Baltimore’s No. 1 wide receiver, has totaled six catches in the past four games. Bryant led all Ravens wide
receivers last game with four receptions for 28 yards. Could Bryant become Baltimore’s X factor?

Tight end: Luke Willson (PS), Sean Culkin (PS), Eric Tomlinson (PS). The Ravens lost their top two tight ends, Andrews (tested positive) and Nick Boyle (season-ending knee
injury), over the past two weeks, along with their Pro Bowl fullback Patrick Ricard (tested positive). That leaves Baltimore with three practice squad tight ends who have
combined for 10 catches over the past two seasons.

Offensive line: Orlando Brown Jr., Tyre Phillips, Bradley Bozeman, Ben Powers, D.J. Fluker, Trystan Colon-Castillo, Ben Bredeson, Jake Rodgers, R.J. Prince (PS). The Ravens’ top
two centers, Patrick Mekari and Matt Skura, are on the reserve/COVID-19 list. Baltimore’s options to replace them are either Bozeman, who has never started an NFL game at
center, or Colon-Castillo, an undrafted rookie who has yet to play one NFL snap. Either way, this will mark the sixth different starting offensive line combination this season.

Baltimore will be missing three starters off the defensive line, leaving Derek Wolfe as the lone Raven with experience. Robin Alam/Icon Sportswire
Defensive line: Derek Wolfe, Yannick Ngakoue, Justin Ellis, Broderick Washington, Aaron Crawford (PS). This has been the position hardest hit by the coronavirus. Three defensive
linemen, including Pro Bowl defensive end Calais Campbell, are on the reserve/COVID-19 list. With Brandon Williams ruled out due to an ankle injury, that leaves Wolfe as the
only remaining starter, along with a former Raiders fourth-round pick (Ellis) and a rookie fifth-round pick (Washington) who has played 46 snaps this season.

Outside linebacker: Jaylon Ferguson, Tyus Bowser, Aaron Adeoye (PS), Chauncey Rivers (PS). Baltimore is without its two leaders in quarterback hits, Judon (17) and Pernell
McPhee (11), both of whom are on the reserve/COVID-19 list. Bowser and Ferguson, who have combined for 13 quarterback hits, will replace them. The bigger issue is whether they
can set the edge like Judon and McPhee do against the run.

Inside linebacker: Patrick Queen, L.J. Fort, Malik Harrison, Chris Board, Kristian Welch. This position was unaffected by the outbreak.

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Cornerback: Marlon Humphrey, Marcus Peters, Jimmy Smith, Tramon Williams, Davontae Harris. The only concern is whether Smith, who is questionable with ankle and back injuries,
will play. It’s injuries, not the coronavirus, that have taken a toll on this position. Baltimore has five cornerbacks on injured reserve.

Safety: Chuck Clark, DeShon Elliott, Anthony Levine, Jordan Richards. Rookie safety Geno Stone tested positive Tuesday. He has played two games this season and played only on
special teams.

Special teams: Justin Tucker (K), Sam Koch (P) and Nick Moore (LS/PS). This marks the first time in six years that Morgan Cox, who is on the reserve/COVID-19 list, will not be
Baltimore’s long-snapper. The Ravens made a smart move carrying Moore, a former member of the XFL’s Tampa Bay Vipers, on the practice squad all season.