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Sunday, November 2, 2014

Ravens Injury Report: Justin Forsett, Haloti Ngata, Terrell Suggs


By on 11/02/2014 04:30:00 PM

The Baltimore Ravens enter tonight’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers with a mediocre 5 – 3 record and can only hope that Big Ben doesn’t take the field with the same mindset he did last week during his record setting performance against the Colts. 


Unlike the Steelers’ Injury Report, which I covered earlier today, the Ravens’ final Week 9 Injury Report isn’t quite as optimistic. With the Steelers playing well, the Ravens can only hope that some of the players listed as questionable for tonight’s game rested well over the weekend. 

DL Chris Canty (wrist), TE Owen Daniels (knee) and G/T Marshal Yanda (knee) are all considered questionable tonight for the Ravens. All three did participate in full practice on Friday, which should be seen as a good sign. 


The Ravens will definitely be without the help of WR Michael Campanaro (thigh) and CB Jimmy Smith (foot) against the Steelers tonight. Neither Campanaro nor Smith practiced at all this week, so their absence tonight shouldn’t come as much of a surprise. 


Now for the some good news, the players that are considered probable and should be in the lineup for tonight’s game – RB Justin Forsett (ankle), DE Haloti Ngata (shin), OLB Terrell Suggs (neck) and CB/RS Lardarius Webb. Suggs is the one surprise to this list as he didn’t practice all week. That being said, great players find a way to play. 


Tonight’s game will be played at Heinz Field at 8:30 PM EST and can be found on NBC. Hopefully the Ravens get to Roethlisberger early or this game is going to take a turn for the worst.





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2 comments:

  1. As much as Id love to see some Haloti Ngata at RB but I just don't see it happening..

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  2. my apologies, missed that. but your right a Haloti playing at RB would be interesting haha

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