GAME STATUS INJURY REPORT: Ravens v. Texans

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The news was once again not-so-good for the Ravens on Friday as the official game status injury reports were unveiled. While the Texans’ have a much lengthier list than does Baltimore (16 players listed vs. 8), the important detail isn’t the number of guys on the report, but rather, where they are listed.

While all but three of the 16 players on the Texans’ report are listed as Probable (with the other three being questionable), the Ravens, on the other hand, give only one player on their injury report even a 50/50 shot of playing – CB Chykie Brown (knee), listed as Questionable.

The Ravens list five players as Doubtful, including key contributor Chris Canty, rookie linebacker Arthur Brown, and superstar running back Ray Rice.

Since becoming the starting running back full-time at the start of the 2009 season, Rice has never missed a game, playing in all 76 games (including postseason). He has also started 43 straight regular season games, the longest current streak among NFL running backs. Though listed as doubtful, John Harbaugh says he considers #27 a “game-time decision.”

Bernard Pierce – you’re the next man up.

Here’s the full Game Status Injury Report:

BALTIMORE RAVENS

OUT: WR Jacoby Jones (knee); C Ryan Jensen (foot)

DOUBTFUL: LB Arthur Brown (chest); DE Chris Canty (thigh); RB Ray Rice (hip); DT Brandon Williams (toe); WR Deonte Thompson (foot)

QUESTIONABLE: CB Chykie Brown (knee)

 

HOUSTON TEXANS

QUESTIONABLE: LT Duane Brown (toe); TE Garrett Graham (hip/groin); FS Ed Reed (hip)

PROBABLE: LB Brian Cushing (knee); TE Owen Daniels (rest-NIR); RB Arian Foster (calf/chest/thumb); WR Andre Johnson (concussion/back); CB Jonathan Joseph (rest-NIR); LB Joe Mays (quad); CB Brice McCain (knee); C Chris Meyers (back); RT Derek Newton (knee/calf/elbow); WR DeVier Posey (achilles/foot); LB Darryl Sharpton (hip); LG Wade Smith (knee); RB Ben Tate (shoulder)

 

If you’ve been injured in an auto accident, at work, or elsewhere, call Seigel, Tully & Furrer at 410-669-9300.

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RSR/ESR Senior Editor. Derek is originally from and a current resident of Pasadena, MD. He’s a graduate of UMBC and has been a lifelong Baltimore sports fan. In 2007 he founded B’More Birds’ Nest, where he wrote about the Ravens and Orioles before joining RSR in 2012. Derek’s work has...more

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