The Ravens ruled our five players and made seven others questionable or worse for their Saturday clash with the Steelers. Since the Ravens have nothing to play for, they will not play Lamar Jackson or Odell Beckham, who will both rest. They are not injured. However, other injured Ravens will sit. Guard Kevin Zeitler, linebacker Malik Harrison, defensive back Daryl Worley, and cornerback Marlon Humphrey will all miss the game with ailments.
Tyler Huntley will start in Jackson’s place. As for the Ravens receivers, it seems likely that Zay Flowers will also miss the game. He is listed as doubtful with a calf injury and did not practice all week. That would leave guys like Nelson Agholor, Rashod Bateman, and Laquon Treadwell. Returner and depth receiver Tylan Wallace has a knee injury and is questionable to play.
But the brunt of the injuries is in the secondary. Safety Kyle Hamilton returned to practice after a knee injury two weeks ago. He is questionable, but it seems likely that Baltimore will hold him out. Cornerback Brandon Stephens missed last week’s game with an ankle injury but has practiced all week and could play. He is questionable to play. Cornerback Ronald Darby has missed the last two practices with an illness and is questionable. Meanwhile, slot cornerback Arthur Maulet has a hip injury and is questionable to play against the Steelers, his former team. Safety Ar’Darius Washington is looking to return from injured reserve after suffering a shoulder injury, and he is questionable.
There could be several other players who will not play but will dress. Those players could include Roquan Smith, Justin Madubuike, and Gus Edwards. There could be other changes along the offensive line, too. The Steelers will see a very stripped-down version of the Ravens, but since the Ravens are such a deep team, that does not mean they can overlook their biggest rivals.