|Offense||31st||114.6 (14th)||165.2 (32nd)|
|Defense||6th||120.8 (26th)||185.2 (2nd)|
|37||Allen, Javorius||RB||6-0||222||8/27/1991||3||Southern California|
|12||Campanaro, Michael||WR||5-9||191||1/25/1991||4||Wake Forest|
|24||Carr, Brandon||CB||6-0||210||5/19/1986||10||Grand Valley State|
|36||Clark, Chuck||DB||6-0||210||4/19/1995||R||Virginia Tech|
|51||Correa, Kamalei||ILB||6-3||241||4/27/1994||2||Boise State|
|71||Eluemunor, Jermaine||G||6-4||338||12/13/1994||R||Texas A&M|
|43||Hill, Jaylen||DB||5-10||178||5/26/1994||R||Jacksonville State|
|77||Howard, Austin||T||6-7||330||3/22/1987||8||Northern Iowa|
|74||Hurst, James||G||6-5||317||12/17/1991||4||North Carolina|
|66||Jensen, Ryan||C||6-4||319||5/27/1991||4||Colorado State-Pueblo|
|99||Judon, Matt||OLB||6-3||263||8/15/1992||2||Grand Valley State|
|92||Kaufusi, Bronson||DE||6-6||285||7/6/1991||2||Brigham Young|
|41||Levine, Anthony||CB||5-11||209||3/27/1987||6||Tennessee State|
|16||Mayle, Vince||WR||6-2||247||6/12/1991||2||Washington State|
|48||Onwuasor, Patrick||ILB||6-0||227||8/22/1992||2||Portland State|
|76||Shakir, Maurquice||G||6-4||313||10/14/1993||R||Middle Tennessee|
|79||Stanley, Ronnie||T||6-6||320||3/18/1994||2||Notre Dame|
|55||Suggs, Terrell||OLB||6-3||265||10/11/1982||15||Arizona State|
|17||Wallace, Mike||WR||6-0||200||8/1/1986||9||Ole Miss|
|21||Webb, Lardarius||FS||5-10||185||10/12/1985||9||Nicholls State|
|98||Williams, Brandon||NT||6-1||340||2/21/1989||5||Missouri Southern State|
|39||Woodhead, Danny||RB||5-8||204||1/25/1985||9||Chadron State|
|Bailey, Aaron (IR)||WR||6-2||222||//||R||Northern Iowa|
|35||Boykin, Brandon (IR)||DB||5-10||173||7/13/1990||6||Georgia|
|53||Bradley, Bam (IR)||LB||5-11||237||6/26/1994||R||Pittsburgh|
|33||Byndom, Carrington (IR)||DB||6-0||180||7/7/1992||1||Texas|
|30||Dixon, Kenneth (IR)||RB||5-10||223||1/21/1994||2||Louisiana Tech|
|80||Gillmore, Crockett (IR)||TE||6-6||266||11/16/1991||4||Colorado State|
|Henry, Daniel (IR)||DB||6-1||196||8/30/1994||R||New Mexico|
|60||Kublanow, Brandon (IR)||C||6-2||300||4/5/1995||R||Georgia|
|72||Lewis, Alex (IR)||G||6-6||315||4/21/1992||2||Nebraska|
|50||McClellan, Albert (IR)||OLB||6-2||250||6/4/1986||7||Marshall|
|67||Nembot, Stephane (IR)||T||6-6||320||12/7/1991||2||Colorado|
|65||Siragusa, Nico (IR)||G||6-4||320||5/10/1994||R||San Diego State|
|96||Urban, Brent (IR)||DE||6-7||300||5/5/1991||4||Virginia|
|6||White, Tim (IR)||WR||5-10||181||7/15/1994||R||Arizona State|
|73||Yanda, Marshal (IR)||G||6-3||305||9/15/1984||11||Iowa|
|25||Young, Tavon (IR)||CB||5-9||177||3/14/1994||2||Temple|
|88||Adeboyejo, Quincy||WR||6-3||197||5/26/1995||R||Ole Miss|
|Crockett, John||RB||6-0||217||2/16/1992||2||North Dakota State|
|Joseph, Dieugot||T||6-6||302||3/21/1994||R||Florida International|
|Lewis-Moore, Kapron||DE||6-4||315||1/24/1990||4||Notre Dame|
|Ortiz, Ricky||RB||6-0||233||4/15/1994||R||Oregon State|
|84||Waller, Darren||TE||6-6||255||9/13/1992||3||Georgia Tech|
Bradley suffered a torn ACL and was ruled out for the remainder of the regular season. The undrafted rookie primarily was in line for a special teams role on the Ravens this season.
Already ruled out for the season, Dixon can serve all six games of the suspension while recovering from surgery to repair a torn meniscus. It will cost him in salary but not missed time, though it could impact how the Ravens view their 2016 fourth-round pick. Prior to the injury and pair of suspensions, Dixon was expected to mount a serious challenge to Terrance West for the lead role in Baltimore's backfield. The 23-year-old will instead look to bounce back in 2018, but he'll first need to avoid any additional suspensions, as the next one likely would cost him either 10 games or a full season.
Mosley has been one of the most consistent tacklers in the league this season and has 76 stops (57 solo), with Sunday's half-sack bringing his season total to one. The Ravens enjoy a bye next week before facing the Packers on the road in Week 11.
Canady is finally healthy after suffering this knee injury back in July. The 2016 sixth-round pick only has four NFL games under his belt, during which he's logged two tackles while playing on special teams.
First-round Dallas pick Taco Charlton was the most heralded Michigan lineman in this draft, but Wormley (6-foot-6, 298 pounds) is actually bigger and more athletic. He's a very good 3-4 end prospect for Baltimore.
Waller was suspended for the first four games of last season for his initial violation, and now he faces a year out of the league for his latest. The 24-year-old will be allowed to participate in preseason practices and games, but his punishment will begin once the regular season does. A sixth-round pick in 2015, Waller caught 10 passes for 85 yards and two touchdowns last season. His absence -- which follows Dennis Pitta's most recent hip injury and subsequent release -- figures to allow Nick Boyle to see more action behind Ben Watson, Crockett Gillmore and Maxx Williams at tight end in the buildup to this season.
After a two-game absence stemming from an ankle injury, Williams got back in the fold Sunday and was effective when given the opportunity. He played a season-high 32 offensive snaps and caught every pass thrown his way. In fact, Williams has caught all nine of his targets this season. It's worth noting that Williams' increased role likely had to do with Nick Boyle (toe) being inactive, and the Ravens' upcoming bye week will give Boyle added time to heal up before the team returns to action Nov. 19 against Green Bay. If Boyle is able to return against the Packers, Williams would likely see his role scaled back.
The undrafted rookie looks like he'll be available for Sunday's game against the Vikings, though given his low standing on the depth chart, he might be ticketed for the inactive list.
Adeboyejo had been sidelined since Sunday due to an unspecified knee injury. Now back in order, he'll look to bolster his bid for a roster spot during the Ravens' third preseason game Saturday against the Bills.
Clark was a full participant in practice all week and is expected to suit up. He hasn't had a role on defense, playing only special teams, and he isn't likely to see a change this week.
Following a competent showing late in the 2015 season, Mallett attempted just six passes in 2016 while serving as the No. 2 quarterback. He figures to reprise his role as Joe Flacco's backup, though it's possible the Ravens could bring in some competition for the job.
It's unclear why Byndom landed on injured reserve in the first place, but he's now eligible to sign elsewhere.
Watson was left wide open across the middle on the second snap of the third quarter. He otherwise was all but invisible, though fellow tight ends Nick Boyle and Maxx Williams -- three combined catches for eight yards -- didn't fare much better. The long gain and the lack of volume both seem like aberrations, as Watson drew at least four targets in each of the previous six games, most recently catching seven of 10 targets for 41 yards in a loss to Tennessee right before Baltimore's bye in Week 10. He'll take aim at the Texans on Monday Night Football in Week 12.
Sunday marked Jefferson's first sack since the season opener and he hasn't had more than five tackles since that game, either. Jefferson has yet to record a pass defensed or an interception in 2017, but part of that could be attributed to quarterbacks looking away from him in the passing game. Still, Jefferson is well off his tackle pace from 2016, when he racked up 96 tackles in 15 games.
Smith was a full participant in practice all week, making his questionable tag seem odd. We think he'll ultimately be able to give it a go.
The exact location and severity of the injury remain unclear, but the Ravens are set to cut ties with the converted wide receiver rather than keeping him rostered on injured reserve. He'll be free to sign with any team once he's at full strength and able to pass a physical, although that may not be until the start of the 2018 season.
There wasn't much doubt the linebacker would play after logging a full practice on Wednesday. Onwuasor has seen increased defensive reps throughout the season, averaging 61 snaps over the past two contests. The knee injury may limit that number Thursday night, in which case Kamalei Correa could see some increased action in the game.
Levine ran the gamut of statuses during this week's practices -- no participation Monday, limited Tuesday and full participation Wednesday. Nonetheless, the backup safety will give it a go Thursday night. Starting strong safety Tony Jefferson will also play but could be limited after missing time in practice this week, which could lead to increased defensive snaps for Levine. Regardless, the battered Ravens secondary will be something to keep an eye on throughout the contest.
Offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg confirmed Collins' status as the lead back earlier in the week, and it was further reinforced when Terrance West showed up on Sunday's inactive list as a healthy scratch. With starting left tackle Ronnie Stanley (concussion) also out of the lineup, the Ravens were unable to open many holes for Collins, who accounted for 20 of the team's 24 running-back carries while also setting new career-high marks for catches and targets. The volume largely was a product of game context, as Danny Woodhead returned from injured reserve and handled passing downs while the game was still competitive. Collins took nine of his carries in the final quarter, including a three-yard touchdown on his final tote. He figures to handle the lead role again Week 12 against the Texans, but 20 touches will be a lot to ask unless the Ravens jump out to another comfortable lead.
Flacco notched a fourth consecutive game completing more than 65 percent of his passes while also falling south of 6.8 yards per attempt. The Ravens' ultra-conservative passing offense might be a waste of Flacco's big arm, but it's been enough to get the job done whenever the excellent Baltimore defense has turned in a dominant performance. Flacco has yet to produce a game with more than two touchdowns or 261 passing yards, hinting at little in the way of upside. He does have a favorable Week 12 home matchup against a Houston defense that's consistently been shredded by opposing QBs since losing J.J. Watt (leg) and Whitney Mercilus (pectoral) for the season.
He's a healthy scratch, so it remains to be seen if Perriman's demotion extends beyond Week 11. On Sunday at least, Michael Campanaro is a candidate for added wideout reps, working behind starters Jeremy Maclin and Mike Wallace.
Wallace's one-handed, 21-yard touchdown grab was one of the few highlights on offense in a game that was dominated by the Baltimore defense. He was the only Raven to finish with an efficient receiving line, but his four targets placed him fourth on the team behind Alex Collins (seven), Danny Woodhead (six) and Jeremy Maclin (five). Wallace is clearly Joe Flacco's favorite option down the field -- a role that doesn't usually lead to much volume in an ultra-conservative offense. The Baltimore passing game draws a favorable Week 12 home matchup against the Texans.
The Michigan product spent his rookie season on injured reserve, but Henry has hit the ground running since the start of camp. Henry (6-foot-3, 300 pounds) was a disruptive player in college, racking up 10.0 tackles for loss and 6.5 sacks from the defensive interior in his final season in Ann Arbor. Baltimore is deep along the defensive line, but Henry can help his cause towards locking down a starting role if he continues to make waves on the practice field.
Woodhead returned from injured reserve and instantly replaced Javorius Allen as the Ravens' back of choice in passing situations. Allen entered the game as the team leader in carries, receptions and targets, but he finished with only three carries for eight yards and one catch for nine yards on one target. Alex Collins had 20 carries for 49 yards and a touchdown and also caught four of seven targets for 22 yards, though the split with Woodhead actually looked pretty even early in the game. With Baltimore leading by at least 13 points for the final 28 minutes, Woodhead didn't have much of a role in the second half. He should be a bit busier if the Texans are able to keep thing close in a Week 12 matchup on Monday Night Football.
Williams was a full practice participant ahead of the Week 9 game against the Titans, but he was still listed as inactive at game time. It's possible, though, that since the Ravens' linebackers are healthy, the Ravens see no rush in getting a young, depth player back in the lineup.
Mike Wallace (concussion) and Michael Campanaro (shoulder) are both sidelined Thursday, which figures to open up snaps for the second-year wideout. Moore has responded well to his expanded role over the last two weeks, hauling in five receptions for 80 yards and his first NFL touchdown. However, the interesting number is Moore's targets in the last two weeks as his 15 targets outnumber the likes of DeSean Jackson, Kenny Stills, and even Larry Fitzgerald in that stretch.
Suggs was considered a game-time decision after being sidelined from practice earlier in the week. However, his return to practice Wednesday seemed to indicate he was more on the probable side of this questionable designation. Although he may not be 100 percent, the veteran should take on close to his usual role.
Ortiz winds up on the practice squad IR due to an undisclosed injury. In corresponding moves, the Ravens added cornerback Stanley Jean-Baptiste and tight end Gabe Holmes to the practice squad.
Crockett will take the spot of Jeremy Langford, who was moved to injured reserve with an undisclosed issue. The Ravens' depth at running back has already been tested not even a quarter of the way through the season with Danny Woodhead (hamstring) and Kenneth Dixon (knee) on injured reserve and Terrance West (calf) also banged up, so it's not inconceivable for Crockett to receive a promotion to the 53-man roster at some point in 2017. The North Dakota State product has two career NFL appearances to his name, both of which came in 2015 as a member of the Packers.
Siragusa received a potential promotion to the offensive line prior to the injury, but a torn ACL, MCL and PCL has the potential to sideline the rookie for an extended period of time. He will miss 2017 at a minimum, but there's no guarantee he will be ready at the beginning of 2018 either.
Young tore his ACL during offseason workouts prior to training camp, so his placement on injured reserve doesn't come as much of a surprise. The 23-year-old will look to return to action during the 2018 campaign.
Weddle played all 52 defensive snaps for the Ravens on Sunday, and the interception was his third of the season. The 32-year-old remains an important part of the Ravens' secondary and has shown minimal signs of slowing down.
Boykin, who most recently played for the Bears, missed the entire 2016 season due to a pectoral injury. Presumably healthy now, the 26-year-old will compete for a reserve spot at cornerback behind projected starters Jimmy Smith and Brandon Carr.
Though listed as a full participant in practice all week, West was listed as questionable for the contest. That said, his deactivation Sunday may have more to do with the Ravens' game plan than West's health, with Alex Collins in line to continue as the team's lead back on early downs and change-of-pace back Danny Woodhead returning to the team's backfield mix this week.
Skura returns to the field after missing the last two games with an MCL sprain. Look for the 24-year-old to resume his role as a starting right guard for the contest.
Webb practiced fully Thursday and Friday and is apparently clear of the concussion. The 32-year-old should play his usual depth role in the secondary, but may be the Ravens' primary punt returner with Michael Campanaro (shoulder) inactive Sunday.
Kaufusi is reportedly back to full health after breaking his ankle prior to the 2016 season. The third-round pick is expected to compete for a starting job on the Ravens' defense. He figures to compete with Brent Urban and rookie Chris Wormley for a starting defensive end role. Even if he does not get the starting nod, the BYU product will presumably see playing time in a rotational role regardless. Barring any setbacks, he should enter training camp healthy and hungry.
This move was essentially a foregone conclusion following the announcement of his season-ending thumb surgery in mid-August. He made a strong impression early in camp and will look to build off of it in the 2018 preseason.
Maclin was heating up before Baltimore's Week 10 bye, but he couldn't keep it going against a shaky Green Bay secondary. He's landed between four and nine targets in every game this season, mostly working out of the slot in the NFL's least aggressive passing attack. While Baltimore's devotion to short passes theoretically should work in Maclin's favor, it was actually a pair of running backs -- Alex Collins and Danny Woodhead -- who finished first and second in targets Sunday. Maclin draws another favorable matchup in Week 12 when the Ravens host the Texans.
Tucker's streak of four straight games with double-digit points was snapped, but that wasn't any fault of his own. Through nine games, he now sports 68 points.
Having not played a regular-season snap since his five-game Baltimore stint in 2015, where he recorded just three tackles, Lewis-Moore had a lot to prove in the preseason. He may be picked up for added competition on a practice squad, but don't expect much more than that.
Eluemunor failed his conditioning test the first time around, but met the required benchmarks on his second try. He'll attempt to fight for playing time at right tackle this season.
Judon played 47 of 52 defensive snaps for the Ravens and recorded his third sack of the season. The 25-year-old exploded with 14 tackles and two sacks against the Bears in Week 6, but he has only 19 tackles in eight other contests on the campaign.
Davis was a full go in practice all week and was expected to suit up, despite the questionable tag. Look for him to be a primary backup along the defensive line for Baltimore once again.
Woodrum had a strong preseason with Baltimore, logging 321 total passing yards and two touchdowns while also adding two more scores on the ground. The quarterback was included among the Ravens' final roster cuts and was eventually claimed off waivers by the Browns. His stint in Cleveland lasted less than a week though, allowing the Ravens to bring Woodrum back in as a developmental quarterback.
A specific timetable was not offered by head coach John Harbaugh, but he did classify it as a "long-term injury." It's unknown if Urban is headed to injured reserve at this point, but Willie Henry will likely be required to replace him for an extended period of time.
Joseph was inactive for a couple of weeks due to personal reasons after he was signed to the active roster in mid-September. He was expected to serve as a depth option on the offensive line when healthy.
The rookie second-round pick hasn't played more than 15 defensive snaps since Week 2 but he still made his presence known Thursday. He may continue to be summoned in pass rush situations, but with the Titans on the horizon in Week 9, Bowser will have a tough time getting to quarterback Marcus Mariota, who has been sacked on just 2.76 percent of his dropbacks.
Lewis was in contention for a starting spot on the offensive line prior to suffering the season-ending torn labrum, but will now need to wait until 2018 to make an impact on the field. His absence from the roster -- along with a number of other injuries along the front -- leaves the Ravens scrambling to find a capable unit to protect Joe Flacco in 2017.
Howard was released by the Raiders last week at the start of the third season of a five-year, $30 million contract signed back in 2014. Although a shoulder injury that required January surgery contributed toward a decline in his play last year, Howard's addition in Baltimore figures to provide needed support up front, where Marshal Yanda is the only other experienced option. Now 30 years old, Howard has started 71 games over the past five seasons, so he should compete for the Ravens' first-team gig at right tackle upon his arrival.
With Alex Collins serving as the lead back and Danny Woodhead returning from injured reserve to handle passing downs, Allen was relegated to the No. 3 role. He entered the game as Baltimore's leader in carries, targets, receptions and scrimmage yards, but Allen is unlikely to surpass a handful of touches per week going forward unless Collins or Woodhead suffers an injury. This essentially is the role that Allen was expected to handle prior to the season, albeit with Terrance West (rather than Collins) acting as the lead back. West was a healthy scratch for Sunday's game, and his lack of special teams value likely will prevent him from challenging Allen for the No. 3 RB job.
Jean-Baptiste has appeared in just four career NFL games after being selected by the Saints in the second round of the 2014 draft. He was most recently released by the Chiefs in June but will now look to catch on as a reserve cornerback or special teams player in Jacksonville.
The injury Humphrey suffered from was an aggravation of one he had previously missed time with at the start of August. Given his full participation, the first-round pick appears to have put the ailment behind him, as he looks to continue carving out a prominent role in the Ravens' secondary as a rookie.
The veteran was let go in order to make room for the activation of L.J. Fort from the practice squad. Given his track record, it wouldn't be surprising if he lands elsewhere sooner than later.
Wide receiver Michael Campanaro (thigh), running back Justin Forsett (knee), tight end Crockett Gilmore (back) and linebacker Albert McClellan (thigh) were all deemed questionable. Forsett returned to practice Friday and is expected to play.
Meanwhile, the following players were ruled probable: Wide receiver Marlon Brown (concussion), tight end Owen Daniels (rest), linebacker C.J. Mosley (wrist), linebacker Daryl Smith (rest), wide receiver Torrey Smith (knee), linebacker Terrell Suggs (rest), defensive tackle DeAngelo Tyson (rest), linebacker Courtney Upshaw (hand) and center Jeremy Zuttah (ankle).
Correa has been groomed throughout the preseason for this role following Zach Orr's early retirement. Although he's had some ups and downs in learning his new position after playing the edge in college, Correa has done enough to earn the starting spot alongside Mosley for Week 1. However, Hensley adds that Patrick Onwuasor is right on Correa's heels for that starting role should Correa struggle.
Bell was previously cut by the Ravens in training camp in August after a hamstring injury ended his bid for a reserve role at wide receiver. Now apparently healthy again, the 2015 fifth-round pick will rejoin the Ravens and could be near the top of the list for an addition to the 53-man roster with four wideouts likely to show up on the injury report heading into Thursday's game against the Dolphins.
Stanley suffered his concussion in Week 9 and was unable to recover in the bye week. Look for Luke Bowanko to slot into the starting lineup this week as Stanley works toward a Week 12 return.
The veteran corner has picked up 13 tackles over the last two weeks after notching just 15 tackles through his first six outings. Carr also leads the team with three interceptions and is tied with Jimmy Smith for the team lead in passes defensed with seven. He's a durable corner who is a safe bet to be on the field for the vast majority of Baltimore's defensive plays on a weekly basis, but his tackle numbers won't always be as good as they were Thursday.
This means Ricard will now be in line to come off the PUP list. The undrafted free agent will need all the time he can get in order to show what he has to offer in hopes of landing a spot on the team's final roster.
After a four-game absence due to a foot injury, Williams returned to the fold and held up his end of the bargain along the Ravens' front. However, Baltimore was still gashed for 169 yards on the ground while giving up 5.1 yards per carry. His 45 snaps were a season high, as were his five tackles. It seems that Williams is now fully healthy ahead of Thursday's game against the Dolphins.
Though listed as questionable for the contest by the Ravens, Campanaro practiced fully all week, so it's no surprise that he's available. With fellow wideout Breshad Perriman inactive, Campanaro is a candidate to see added work in the Ravens' three-receiver sets, along with starters Jeremy Maclin and Mike Wallace.
Yanda was ruled out for the season Sunday with an ankle injury, and he'll now officially begin his rehab and recovery for next season. The team has promoted center Matt Skura from the practice squad and signed tackle Dieugot Joseph to the active roster to shore up its depth on the offensive line.
Nembot was ruled out for the season with an undisclosed injury prior to the team's final exhibition game. If he and the team do not reach an injury settlement, he will spend his entire 2017 season on their IR.
Gillmore wasn't expected to be a major contributor coming into this season anyhow, but after landing on IR, it appears his season may be over before it started. The Ravens will likely rely on the likes of Ben Watson and Maxx Williams at tight end this year.
Mayle faced no limitations at practice Friday and appears clear of the concussion he suffered last Thursday. The 26-year-old should serve as the Ravens' third tight end with Ben Watson and Maxx Williams (ankle) both active Sunday.