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Ravens vs. Steelers: Monday Injury Report

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We know Big Ben is out, but who else won't be in attendance on the playing field Thursday night?

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Here is who participated in today's practices and who didn't. A special note from the Pittsburgh camp is that they didn't practice today (those filthy casuals), so these Steeler injuries listed are an estimation.

INJURY REPORT - BALTIMORE RAVENS at PITTSBURGH STEELERS
Thursday, October 1, 2015
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY GAME STATUS
PLAYER (INJURY) PLAYER (INJURY) PLAYER (INJURY) PLAYER (INJURY)
OUT OUT
DID NOT PARTICIPATE DOUBTFUL
TE Crockett Gillmore (calf)
WR Breshad Perriman (knee)
LIMITED PARTICIPATION QUESTIONABLE
FULL PARTICIPATION PROBABLE
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY GAME STATUS
PLAYER (INJURY) PLAYER (INJURY) PLAYER (INJURY) PLAYER (INJURY)
OUT OUT
QB Ben Roethlisberger (knee)
DID NOT PARTICIPATE DOUBTFUL
CB Cortez Allen (knee)
LB James Harrison (thumb)
DT Daniel McCullers (knee)
LB Ryan Shazier (shoulder)
TE Matt Spaeth (hand)
LIMITED PARTICIPATION QUESTIONABLE
FULL PARTICIPATION PROBABLE
Limited Participation is less than 100 percent of a player’s normal repetitions.
Full Participation is 100 percent of a player’s normal repetitions.
Not Injury Related Player is withheld from his normal repetitions for reasons other than injury.

For the Steelers, the loss of QB Ben Roethlisberger for the near future is going to hurt. While it's unfortunate for the Steelers, the presence of backup Michael Vick under center has opened the door for the Ravens to get their first win of the year. In fact, they opened as Vegas favorites last night for Thursday night's matchup.

In Baltimore, OT Eugene Monroe was a limited participant after missing the last two games on account of a concussion. TE Crockett Gillmore, one of the Ravens' most dangerous receiving threats, was held out, and so was rookie receiver Breshad Perriman. For the defense, pass rusher Chris Canty was also held out. Today's practice was described as an "over-glorifed walk through", so perhaps we might be reading too much into these absences.