Dumervil (foot/ankle) is not expected to play in Saturday's matchup with the Lions, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.
Dumervil began camp on the physically unable to perform list due to offseason ankle surgery and he returned to practice earlier this week. Despite being okayed for practice, the team doesn't want to rush him back and he may not see the field before the regular season opener. If he's sidelined Saturday, look for Albert McClellan to see some time with the starting defense.
Elam fell on his knee during Saturday's preseason win over the Colts, and he'll need surgery to clean out the issue as a result.
Elam's injury isn't season-ending according to coach John Harbaugh, but it should keep the Ravens' safety out for an extended period of time. His absence won't have too much of an impact in terms of the team's secondary, with Eric Weddle and Lardarius Webb positioned as the starting safeties. An update regarding Elam's return timetable should become available when more information is released following his surgery.
Perriman (knee) will not play in Saturday's preseason game against the Lions, the Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec reports.
Perriman never figured to play in Saturday's exhibition, having just returned to practice Tuesday after a lay-off of more than two months. He did say that he expects to be ready for Week 1, but the assertion should be taken with a grain of salt, as he's yet to even log a full practice. Perriman carries an unusual amount of injury risk, hoping to play through a partially-torn ACL in his left knee, after missing his entire rookie season with a torn PCL in the other knee. And even if he's available for Week 1, there's no assurance he'll have a key role in the Baltimore offense.
Pitta (finger) will not play in Saturday's preseason game against the Lions, the Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec reports.
Pitta missed nearly all of training camp after breaking his finger in a scuffle at one of the first few practices. While he seemingly has a shot to be back for the start of the season, it's not clear that he'd have a significant role in the Baltimore offense. Ben Watson is expected to start, with Maxx Williams (undisclosed) and Crockett Gillmore also in the mix for roles. Williams will not play in Saturday's game.
Smith (Achilles) will not play in the Ravens' third preseason game Saturday against the Lions, The Baltimore Sun reports.
Smith, who had torn his Achilles' tendon last November, was activated from the team's PUP list just last week. Thus, his participation in Saturday's preseason tilt was always considered doubtful. His Week 1 status remains questionable.
Suggs (achilles) is unlikely to play in Saturday's game against the Lions, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.
Suggs hasn't played in a preseason tilt since being activated off of the physically unable to perform list early last week. He sat out in the Raven's second game and is expected to sit out the third as the team eases him back from the torn achilles that ended his 2015 campaign. He's been practicing in full and isn't in any jeopardy of missing the season opener. Za'Darius Smith and Matt Judon figure to see some extra game reps if Suggs is held out.
Kaufusi will miss the entire 2016 season with a broken ankle, The Baltimore Sun reports.
Baltimore's third round pick out of BYU, Kaufusi had a legitimate chance to earn a starting role during his first season in the league. In his absence, veteran Kapron Lewis-Moore and undrafted rookie Victor Ochi may perhaps have an easier time cracking the final 53-man roster. Furthermore, Brent Urban and Lawrence Guy now figure to be locked into starting roles at both defensive end positions.
Moore (leg) returned to practice Tuesday, The Baltimore Sun reports.
A fourth-round rookie, Moore got off to a strong start through the first two days of training camp, only to be sidelined for two weeks with a lower-leg injury. He still has time to push for the third or fourth spot on Baltimore's depth chart, as the team may be without both Breshad Perriman (knee) and Steve Smith (Achilles) at the start of the regular season. The competition appears to be pretty open behind starters Kamar Aiken and Mike Wallace, with Moore joined by Michael Campanaro, Jeremy Butler, Keenan Reynolds and a few others.
Gillmore suffered a hamstring injury in late July, and while he is back in action Monday, how much work he'll do on the practice field is still a mystery. With a crowded Ravens tight end corps however, Gillmore will need all the work he can get as he competes for playing time behind the likes of Benjamin Watson and Dennis Pitta with the regular season approaching.
Boyle has been suspended for the first 10 games of the 2016 campaign due to a violation of the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing drugs, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.
Boyle was utilized sparsely as a rookie in 2015, hauling in 18 balls for 153 yards over the course of 11 games. However, he received his first suspension related to PEDs on Dec. 7 and subsequently missed the final four contests of the season. With Boyle out of the picture for most of next season, the Ravens rely upon Crockett Gillmore (back) and Maxx Williams to man tight end.
Kerrigan (groin) will undergo an MRI on Saturday, Mike Jones of the Washington Post reports.
Kerrigan strained his groin on the first defensive series of Friday's preseason win over the Bills. Head coach Jay Gruden has already confirmed that he will not play his starters next week against the Buccaneers, giving Kerrigan some much-needed extra rest.
Marshall (elbow) will undergo an MRI on Saturday, Mike Jones of the Washington Post reports.
The rookie sprained his elbow in Friday's preseason win over the Bills, ending his night with just one carry for three yards. It was suppose to be a big night for Marshall, as he competes for the No. 3 spot on the depth chart with Robert Kelley. Both Matt Jones and Chris Thompson were sidelined on Friday, leaving Marshall and Kelley to assume most of the first-team reps. The injury could seriously endanger the rookies chances of making the team if he isn't able to participate in the final preseason matchup with the Buccaneers next week.
Jones worked on the side at Tuesday's practice, CSN Mid-Atlantic reports. "It's feeling pretty good," he said of his left shoulder. "I'm moving fast in my healing process right now. I'm taking big strides."
There have been conflicting reports about the nature of the injury, ranging from an AC joint sprain to a "second degree separation," according to Mike Jones of the Washington Post. In fact, Jones, the running back, has been diagnosed with a second-degree AC sprain. While participation in practice is out of the question for the foreseeable future, his activity on a side field was more focused on his legs than the shoulder, which foretells that the injury is less severe than previously implied. Furthering that belief, he wasn't wearing a sling afterward or appear to be dealing with noticeable pain while sitting at his locker. When Jones was queried about his Week 1 availability, he said he'll "definitely" be available, but only time will tell whether he'll uphold that expectation.
Crowder (knee) will not play in Friday's tilt with the Bills.
Crowder has been dealing with a collection of injuries this preseason. He missed practice on Tuesday due to soreness in his knee, and it appears Washington will play it safe and give the wideout the night off on Friday. Crowder will be joined by rookie wideout Josh Doctson (Achilles) on the sideline on Friday, leaving plenty of opportunities for bottom-of-the-depth-chart receivers to make an impact once the starters are taken out.
Daniels will miss the 2016 season after suffering a torn labrum during the first week of training camp, Brian McNally of CBS DC reports.
Daniels, a 2016 seventh-round pick out of Boston College, will undergo surgery Monday to repair the injured shoulder. A long road to recovery awaits the 23-year-old, but he'll hope to make a comeback and secure a roster spot in 2017.
Galette will have surgery to repair his torn right Achilles tendon, ruling him out for this season.
Galette's injury was revealed last week, but there remained a small hope that he may be able to avoid surgery and eventually play this year. However, upon since announcing his decision to undergo surgery, Galette can now be ruled out for the entire 2016 campaign, marking his second straight season lost due to an Achilles injury. With Galette sidelined once again, the Redskins will hope Preston Smith can build on his eight-sack rookie season and work with Trent Murphy at Washington's outside linebacker position opposite Ryan Kerrigan.
The NFL has suspended Redd indefinitely for a violation of the league's Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Bans of this variety are due to continued positive tests, which is evident as Redd has yet to serve a four-gamer for a similar violation due to his recovery from a torn ACL and MCL. Once healthy enough to return to the field, he'll have to bide his time and do his due diligence considering NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will be in charge of any reinstatement effort.