The Baltimore Ravens (11-3) did not practice on Saturday. However, Baltimore did hold three practice sessions ahead of Monday's matchup against the San Francisco 49ers (11-3) scheduled for Christmas night primetime.
The Ravens released the final injury report for their upcoming road matchup against the 49ers on Saturday, following a "simulated" practice and running an estimation regarding the participation of the members of the 53-man roster of the Flock.
Wide receiver Zay Flowers is listed as "questionable" to play on Monday because of his ongoing foot injury woes. Despite missing Wednesday's practice, Flowers returned as a limited participant on Thursday.
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh spoke on Wednesday saying there was "no concern" regarding Flowers' availability for Monday, but this is definitely not the greatest update two days from the game.
Safety Marcus Williams, who suffered a groin injury last Sunday, is expected to play as he wasn't listed with any injury designation for Monday's game.
Wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., overcoming an illness, and left tackle Ronnie Stanley, recovering from a concussion, are also expected to play Monday.
Cornerback Arthur Maulet has been ruled out for the upcoming game because of a knee injury. Maulet, one of the best/only options for covering the slot, experienced a flare-up on Thursday, per Harbaugh, and will spend the next week trying to cover for the final two games of the regular season.
The Ravens also ruled out cornerback and special teams contributor Jalyn Armour-Davis with a concussion. Armour-Davis did not engage in practice sessions throughout the week, so this news is nothing surprising.
On the San Francisco 49ers front, defensive tackle Arik Armstead has been ruled out for Monday while Javon Hargrave, a key piece of the Niners' defense, remains questionable but looks like a go for Christmas night.