Marcus Peters is officially back.
On Tuesday, Peters was activated off the PUP list after tearing his ACL nearly a year ago.
Baltimore Ravens cornerback Marcus Peters is back on the field.
The veteran corner passed his physical and is off the PUP list, the team announced Monday.
Peters suffered a torn ACL in practice on Sept. 9, four days before the opener, and missed the entire 2021 season. The Ravens are expected to ease him back into practice as he gets up to speed.
Video of Peters practicing for the first time since his injury surfaced on the Internet.
Ravens CB Marcus Peters takes part in drills for the first time since tearing an ACL on Sept. 9.
Peters was activated off PUP today. pic.twitter.com/2FtRvqdbIA
— Jamison Hensley (@jamisonhensley) August 15, 2022
It’s an incredibly encouraging sign to see Marcus Peters moving so well in his first practice back pic.twitter.com/WcVcKkZc9A
— RAMEY (@HoodieRamey) August 15, 2022