The Baltimore Ravens face a few injury concerns on a short week peaking early, on Thursday, with an AFC North divisional clash against the Cincinnati Bengals scheduled to kick-off on TNF.
Left tackle Ronnie Stanley (who injured his right leg on Sunday), and cornerback Marlon Humphrey (who avoided a season-ending injury and is nursing calf issues) were both listed as non-participants on Monday's estimated injury report by the Ravens.
During Monday's "simulated" walkthrough practice, neither Stanley nor Humphrey participated, as well as Trenton Simpson as he's trying to navigate the NFL concussion protocol clearing it in time to face Cincy (most probably not happening).
Stanley's status, who didn't return to the Browns game, will be closely monitored throughout the week, same as Humphrey's after it was revealed yesterday that the CB has avoided a much-feared season-ending injury and instead only suffered a calf strain.
Head coach John Harbaugh did not rule out their participation in Thursday's game, describing their injuries as "day to day" and expressing hope for their availability.
It's hard to believe any of these two will be able to play on such short notice, but we'll have to wait at least until Wednesday's final report to know more about their status ahead of TNF.
On a final note, tackle Morgan Moses (coming off missing the last two games with a shoulder injury) and guard Kevin Zeitler (who injured his knee last Sunday) were full participants on Monday.
Meanwhile, on the Cincinnati Bengals front, starting wide receiver Tee Higgins, as well as edge rushers Trey Hendrickson and Sam Hubbard, would have not participated in Monday's practice. Defensive tackle D.J. Reader got a veteran's day off.
The Bengals, however, listed cornerbacks Chidobe Awuzie and Cam Taylor-Britt as limited and full participants respectively in their initial injury report.