In total, the injury report has 16 players listed including 13 players with injury designations and all five cornerbacks on the active roster.
The only player originally ruled out was offensive tackle Cedric Ogbuehi who has since been released. Wide receiver Miles Boykin is doubtful to play with a finger injury. 11 others are questionable with various ailments.
Center Bradley Bozeman (shin), defensive end Calais Campbell (concussion), and wide receiver Devin Duvernay (thigh) were listed on the final injury report but did not receive designations meaning that they should be good to play on Sunday.
The Ravens injury report is another essay in Week 13
Every cornerback on the Ravens roster is questionable to play against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. Marlon Humphrey and Tavon Young have not practiced this week due to an illness, Chris Westry (thigh) and Anthony Averett (shoulder/ankle) were limited, and Jimmy Smith did not practice (ankle/neck).
It’s unlikely that Smith plays seeing as he did not practice all week. The hope is that the other four will play, although all four will likely be game-time decisions.
The Ravens promoted Kevon Seymour to the active roster last week but he landed on the COVID-19 list this week and will not be able to play.
They also have Mazzi Wilkins, Keith Toliver, Robert Jackson, and Blake Countess on their practice squad — the latter two were signed just three days ago.
Linebackers Patrick Queen (rib) and Odafe Oweh (shoulder) are questionable but both are expected to play. The same is true for Patrick Mekari (ankle) and Patrick Ricard (foot/thigh) who were full participants on Friday.
Tight end Nick Boyle (knee) seems unlikely to play after he did not participate on Friday. His status is worth monitoring on Sunday.
The Ravens could be without a number of players again on Sunday in what will be another crucial divisional matchup against their arch-rival Steelers.