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Baltimore Ravens vs Seattle Seahawks Injury Report: Wednesday

The Baltimore Ravens face one of their toughest tests of the 2015 NFL season. Once expected to be a potential Super Bowl face-off, the Ravens have stumbled themselves into a 4-8 record while the Seahawks were once the most disappointing team in the league, have rebounded nicely to be 7-5. With even more injuries piling up for the Baltimore Ravens, it will make a tough game even tougher.

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The Baltimore Ravens face one of their toughest tests of the 2015 NFL season. Once expected to be a potential Super Bowl face-off, the Ravens have stumbled themselves into a 4-8 record while the Seahawks were once the most disappointing team in the league, have rebounded nicely to be 7-5. With even more injuries piling up for the Baltimore Ravens, it will make a tough game even tougher.

Added to the normal list is tackle Ricky Wagner and defensive tackle Brandon Williams. Injuries to either would be devastating for the Ravens as both are needed for their abilities and because of a lack of quality depth behind them. The Ravens have taken their precautions with tight ends Crockett Gillmore and Maxx Williams by signing some stop-gap players to help out if needed. Jimmy Clausen might end up playing a bit on Sunday in place of quarterback Matt Schaub as well.

Ravens

Did Not Participate:

WR Marlon Brown (back)

LB Elvis Dumervil (NIR)

TE Crockett Gillmore (back)

T Eugene Monroe (shoulder)

QB Matt Schaub (chest)

T Rick Wagner (ankle)

DT Brandon Williams (shoulder)

Limited Participation:

TE Maxx Williams (concussion)

Full Participation:

Seahawks

Out:

RB Marshawn Lynch (abdomen)

Did Not Participate:

DE Demarcus Dobbs (concussion)

DT Jordan Hill (toe)

DE Cliff Avril (NIR)

Limited Participation:

Full Participation: