Ravens Injury Report: 3 players OUT, 10 questionable including Marquise Brown

Ravens, Marquise Brown (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)
Ravens, Marquise Brown (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images) /

The Baltimore Ravens injury report for Week 12 is once again so long that the team had to use smaller text on the official release. It’s just been that kind of season for this organization.

The Ravens declared three players OUT and listed 10 others as questionable ahead of their meeting with their division rivals, the Cleveland Browns, on Sunday Night Football.

The likes of wide receiver Miles Boykin (finger), offensive tackle Cedric Ogbuehi (thigh), and safety Ar’Darius Washington (foot) are all OUT for this Sunday’s game.

The list of questionable players includes Nick Boyle, Calais Campbell, Jimmy Smith, Brandon Williams, Anthony Averett, Marquise Brown, Patrick Ricard, Chris Westry, Tavon Young, and Patrick Mekari.

Notably, quarterback Lamar Jackson (illness), wide receiver Devin Duvernay (knee/chest), and linebacker Josh Bynes (hip) were all full participants on Friday and don’t have injury designations going into Week 12.

The Ravens could be without a host of players again on Sunday

The Ravens were forced to use all seven of their game-day inactive slots on injured players this past week, and that could be the case again.

It seems likely that Campbell, Smith, and Williams could miss this Sunday’s game given that all three players were held out of practice for the entire week.

Head coach John Harbaugh said on Friday that Campbell’s progress has been “encouraging” but that he’d still have to pass concussion protocol before the game. His status remains very much up in the air.

Fortunately, a few players listed as questionable certainly seem likely to play. Boyle returned from a year-long absence last Sunday and was limited in practice as he continues to work his way back into playing condition.

But there’s no indication that he suffered any type of setback and he should play in Week 12. The same goes for Mekari who also returned last Sunday and was a full participant in practice this week.

Of course, the best news of all is that Jackson, barring any last-minute updates to the injury report again, seems primed to start against the Browns on Sunday.

Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield, who has also dealt with his share of injury issues in recent weeks, was not listed on the final injury report as well, meaning that both teams should have their starting quarterback on the field.

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Still, in this important divisional matchup, the Ravens aren’t exactly heading into the game at full strength.