The No. 1 Baltimore Ravens come off their bye to face the No. 4 Houston Texans in the AFC Divisional Round of the 2024 NFL Playoffs on Saturday at 4:30 p.m. ET. The Ravens sat starters in Week 18 and will have about three weeks between actual games going into the postseason. WR Zay Flowers didn’t play in the regular-season finale vs. the Steelers due to a calf injury. We’re updating you on the latest Flowers injury news ahead of the Divisional Round.
NFL Playoffs 2024: Ravens vs. Texans
Zay Flowers injury updates
Thursday update — Flowers logged back-to-back full practices on Wednesday and Thursday and is off the final injury report.
Tuesday update — Flowers was limited at practice on Tuesday ahead of the Divisional game. Flowers not being a full at practice is a bit worrisome but this means he’s on track to play without a designation vs. the Texans. Flowers has been the Ravens’ top wide receiver option all season, finishing with 77 receptions for 858 yards and five TDs as a rookie. The Ravens will need Flowers at 100% if the team wants to advance past a feisty and hot Houston team that has basically won two playoff games the past weeks (one official).