The Baltimore Ravens held their final practice ahead of their Week 8 showdown against the Arizona Cardinals on the road and the franchise announced just one player being ruled out for Sunday's matchup.
The Ravens, as expected, won't have starting safety Marcus Williams available for their game against the struggling Cards as Baltimore's latest injury report confirmed on Friday.
Williams, who is nursing a hamstring injury, will miss his fifth game this season after not practicing throughout the week ahead of this weekend's game.
On a positive note, veteran wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. appeared on the injury report earlier this week but was a full participant on Friday, without a designation for Sunday.
Linebacker Odafe Oweh, dealing with an ankle injury suffered at some point this week in training, joins running back Keaton Mitchell and wide receiver Tylan Wallace on the questionable list for Sunday.
While Oweh didn't practice on Friday, Mitchell and Wallace participated fully. It might be hard for Oweh to appear on the field come Sunday, however, as that DNP might mean that he has suffered a setback with virtually no recovery time for him to return to game action as early as by Sunday's kick-off.
Cornerback Kevon Seymour and inside linebacker Roquan Smith also completed full practices without injury designations for Sunday, both getting cleared for Week 8.
On the Cardinals' front, starting quarterback Kyler Murray was listed as "doubtful" on the final injury report released by the franchise on Friday. Joshua Dobbs is expected to step in if Murray is sidelined, bringing some experience to Arizona's pocket as has been the case for the first seven games of the season.
Dobbs, a former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback, boasts a 62% completion rate this season, tallying 1,361 yards, six touchdowns, and three interceptions in seven games to date.