Baltimore Ravens Injury Report: Who’s Playing, Who’s Not Week 10


Baltimore Ravens fans have some hope knowing that they will be going up against a Tennessee Titans team that has started the season with a record of 2-6. This game comes at a perfect time, as the Ravens suffered two tough losses over the last two weeks at the hands of two divisional opponents. All in all, the Baltimore Ravens injury report is less problematic than recent weeks as well.

This week, they should be able to grab the victory. In fact, I would be dearly surprised if they didn’t. The Titans are a team that have switched quarterbacks, running backs, and multiple other positions throughout this season. There is no reason that the Ravens shouldn’t take this game at home.

With that being said, let’s take a look at how injuries will take an effect on this game:

Gorrer, Cody could both play

The Ravens signed cornerback Danny Gorrer earlier this week prior to hearing the news that Jimmy Smith will be lost for the season. Gorrer is a former Raven and he has yet to receive significant playing time in his five-year career.

It might be a quick turnaround, but head coach John Harbaugh feels good about him hitting the field on Sunday.  “I do feel good about it,” Harbaugh said of Gorrer’s week of practice. “He did a good job. He had familiarity. He understands the defense. He seems like he has been here all along as far as the mental part of it. He looks good physically, so he has done well.”

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  • After undergoing hip surgery in the offseason, defensive tackle Terrence Cody has been activated off of the physically unable to perform list. He may suit up for the first time this season against the Titans.

    It is yet to be seen whether Cody can be an impactful player in the NFL or not, as he has never been a standout in his relatively limited role.

    Marshal Yanda and Jeremy Zuttah are PROBABLE

    Two big offensive linemen for the Ravens will likely be participating in today’s game. With an offensive line that has seen injuries to some of its best players, this comes as great news for Baltimore.

    Yanda has continued to be the Pro Bowl guard that he has been throughout his career, and Zuttah has proved to be a great acquisition by the Ravens this season.

    OUT: WR Michael Campanaro, CB Jimmy Smith, OT Jah Reid

    The only three Ravens ruled out of this game (as of this writing) are the players listed above. Wide receiver Michael Campanaro had the best game of his pro career in Week 8 against Cincy, but he unfortunately suffered a hamstring injury in that game. He will miss a second-straight game on Sunday.

    Quite obviously, Jimmy Smith has been ruled out of this game and the remainder of the season. He underwent foot surgery this past week and is done for the year. He is now on injured reserve.

    The Titans are pretty healthy as a team. The only noticeable player on the injury report is wide receiver Nate Washington, who is listed as questionable.