The Ravens didn't have their starting left tackle for today's game, and they were also without their best backup option at the end of it.

Ja'Wuan James departed the game with what head coach John Harbaugh later diagnosed as a torn Achilles.

James made his return from the Achilles tear that caused his stint with the Broncos to come to an end today, making it his first appearance since 2019.

There was a chance he could have played after joining the Ravens in the summer, but he sat out as 2022 insurance for All-Pro Ronnie Stanley.

The James was yesterday designated inactive due to persistent ankle issues.

Stanley has only been in one game since October 2020, and his absence from the Ravens' offensive line last season was a major factor.

In spite of James' injury concern, the team made efforts to add starting and depth options over the offseason.

James would serve as the main blindside backup, despite the fact that his expertise almost solely came as a right tackle, as it was revealed throughout the offseason.

Morgan Moses, a free agency acquisition, filled that position and will likely continue to do so despite James' injury.

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