Baltimore Ravens Week 12 Injury Report


The Baltimore Ravens will head down south in Week 12 to take on the New Orleans Saints. These teams are two of the last six Super Bowl winners, and the Ravens will be playing in the same stadium that they won the Super Bowl back in 2013.

It will be a hard-fought battle between two good football teams. The Saints are ranked fourth in the NFL in total offense but 19th on the defensive side of the ball. However, Drew Brees keeps them in contention every season.

With that being said, let’s take a look at who will be playing and who won’t in this Monday night matchup.

OUT: WR Micheal Campanaro (thigh), OT Jah Reid (hand)

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The Ravens’ thought process was that rookie wide receiver Micheal Campanaro would be able to return after the bye week. However, the seventh-round pick just isn’t ready yet.

He didn’t practice at all this past week, and the Ravens have ruled him out of Monday’s game.

Offensive tackle Jah Reid has yet to receive any significant amount of playing time this season, and that will continue into Week 12. He has been ruled out of the game against New Orleans as well.

Marshal Yanda is good to go

Yanda was suffering through a knee injury prior to the bye week, so the rest really helped the Pro Bowl guard.

He was limited in Thursday’s practice but was a full participant on Friday and Saturday. This comes as great news for Baltimore, as they will have their best offensive linemen for this tough battle against the Saints.

“He’s as good as any [offensive lineman] I’ve ever been around, and I’ve been around some great ones,” Offensive Coordinator Gary Kubiak said this week. “I’m so impressed with the technician that he is, how hard he plays, how tough he is – the things he plays through. He’s a consistent body of work.”

Kyle Juszczyk is PROBABLE

Although fullback Kyle Juszczyk was listed on the injury report Thursday, there is not much doubt about his status for this game. He should be good to go.

I personally think that he has been one of the more underrated players in the NFL this season. It is no coincidence that starting running back Justin Forsett has come out of nowhere and put on the display this year that he has.

Juice deserves more credit for his blocking. And he has done a pretty good job receiving out of the backfield as well.

The Saints second-string running back, Khiry Robinson, will not participate in this game as he is battling a forearm injury.