The Baltimore Ravens have activated four players from the COVID-19 list, the team announced on Tuesday.
All four players will travel with the team to Pittsburgh and two will be eligible to play in Wednesday afternoon’s game between the Ravens and Steelers.
Coming off the list on Tuesday are cornerbacks Khalil Dorsey and Tavon Young, nose tackle Brandon Williams and quarterback Trace McSorley.
Williams has stared eight games at nose tackle for the Ravens and has recorded 20 tackles and one tackle for loss. Moving between end and tackle, Williams has started 96 games for the Ravens since joining the team in 2013.
Williams has not played since Week 10 with an ankle injury. Because he was on the COVID-19 list, he was not included in Baltimore’s estimated injury reports this week, so his status is unknown.
McSorley has played in just one game since joining the Ravens as a sixth-round pick out of Penn State in 2019. He will backup Robert Griffin III at quarterback.
Dorsey and Young will not play, as they are on the injured reserve list. Dorsey has a separated shoulder and Young tore his ACL.
Running backs J.K. Dobbins and Mark Ingram will not travel with the team to Pittsburgh, but are expected to travel separately on Wednesday and be activated in time to play in the game.