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Ravens vs. Browns: Final injury report

As if the starting quarterback and running back weren't enough, the Ravens may also be without some other really key pieces this week.

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The Ravens have been absolutely annihilated this year with injuries to key players. Unfortunately for them, that theme is going to continue, just a week after losing both their starting quarterback and running back for the year.

The Ravens' injury report for Week 12 reads as follows:

  • TE Nick Boyle (foot): Probable
  • WR Marlon Brown (back): Doubtful
  • T Eugene Monroe (shoulder): Doubtful
  • TE Chase Ford (shoulder): Doubtful
  • G Kelechi Osemele (knee): Doubtful
  • CB Shareece Wright (back): Questionable
Most crucial of the injuries is the ailments of Eugene Monroe and Kelechi Osemele. With center Jeremy Zuttah on the IR, rookie back Buck Allen will be running behind three backup linemen in his first NFL start. The Browns, who have one of the worst run defenses in the league, might just be breathing a sigh of relief at this news.

Speaking of the Browns, they too have some key players who will be missing on the field tomorrow night. Their injury report reads like this:

  • G Joel Bitonio (ankle): Questionable
  • WR Taylor Gabriel (concussion): Out
  • CB Joe Haden (concussion): Out
  • WR Andrew Hawkins (concussion): Out
  • QB Johnny Manziel (right elbow): Probable
  • QB Josh McCown (ribs): Probable
  • LB Nate Orchard (groin): Questionable
  • DE Randy Starks (knee): Out
  • DB Donte Whitner (concussion): Probable
The Browns' offense already took a hit with both of their main receivers out, and if Joel Bitonio weren't to take the field, then the offense would suffer another huge setback. On defense, the loss of top cornerback Joe Haden certainly has to hurt.

Both of these less-than-stellar teams are just plain bad without the injuries, and with them, well, let's just say it won't be pretty.