MONDAY INJURY REPORT: Ravens vs. Steelers

Baltimore Ravens v Pittsburgh Steelers

The Ravens had a light walk-through practice on Monday in advance of their clash with the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thanksgiving night at M&T Bank Stadium. With both squads having played yesterday, there wasn’t much to do physically today. While the Ravens had a walk-through, reports out of Pittsburgh are that the Steelers didn’t practice at all (but still submitted an “estimated” injury report, per NFL policy).

The Ravens came out of Sunday’s win over the New York Jets looking quite healthy, as the only real injury concern is backup safety and special teamer Brynden Trawick, whose ankle was tweaked a bit Sunday.

The Steelers weren’t so lucky during their win over the Cleveland Browns, as starting nose tackle Steve McLendon will be out Thursday with an ankle sprain. Pittsburgh also lost cornerback Curtis Brown for the rest of the season to a torn ACL. A pair of Steelers that Ravens fans are plenty familiar with who didn’t suit up in Cleveland – DE Brett Keisel and LB LaMarr Woodley – are said by head coach Mike Tomlin to be on track to go Thursday night.

Tuesday’s practices will ramp things up a bit, but here are the reports from Monday’s light/walk-through sessions:

 

RAVENS

DID NOT PARTICIPATE: S Brynden Trawick (ankle)

LIMITED PARTICIPATION: DE Chris Canty (shoulder)

 

PITTSBURGH STEELERS

OUT: DT Steve McLendon (ankle); CB Curtis Brown (knee)

LIMITED PARTICIPATION: LB Stevenson Sylvester (hamstring)

FULL PARTICIPATION: DE Brett Keisel (foot); S Shamarko Thomas (ankle); LB LaMarr Woodley (calf)

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3 Raves on “MONDAY INJURY REPORT: Ravens vs. Steelers

  1. norm on said:

    I hate the sqeelers and their stupid fans, detest them more then anything. With that said, I’m worried that harbs and the boys will find a way to lose with stupid play calling, un-wise time management, the lack of a run game, and Joe ” the 120 million dollar man” screwing up with his head up his ass. But miracles do happen so maybe that will happen Thursday.

    • Ben on said:

      Two things…

      1. Your “$120 Million Man” is only a $6.8 million cap hit this year. I am not sure why you brought up the contract amount, but it is irrelevant this year. What is relevant is the cap hit per year, and this year it is LOW.

      2. How can Joe be effective when he is running for his life on 50% of snaps? The offensive line receives far too little blame as far as I’m concerned. While you can’t eliminate all blame directed towards Flacco, Rice, and Pierce, you also can’t ignore the poor offensive line play this year.

  2. Tucker: M&T Sec 527 on said:

    News on Trawick is good for Jacoby [urge to kiill..].
    !05.7 FM today had Josh Miller on ( Go you Stallions!!); he said the NT McLendon was ruled out for Thurs already. Ziggy “Love Jah” Hood will start instead. A break for Gino (and thus Flacco), perhaps?

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