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Baltimore Ravens inactive’s vs. New York Jets

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Once again, the Baltimore Ravens will be missing a lot of key players this week as the team tries to avoid a 3-4 start to the season against the New York Jets.

Ravens rookie left tackle Ronnie Stanley is going to miss his fourth straight game due to a foot injury. Stanley being inactive is interesting to say the least considering that he has been active in practice over the last few weeks and even said to reporters recently that he feels like he can play. However, Stanley did say that head coach John Harbaugh gives the final call so it is likely that Harbugh feels that Stanley isn’t ready.

To no surprise, Ravens outside linebackers in Elvis Dumervil (foot) and Terrell Suggs (torn biceps) will not play today. Dumervil doesn’t have a timetable on when he will return and Suggs injured his biceps just last week. Suggs played with a torn biceps injury during the Ravens Super Bowl run in 2012 so it is likely that Suggs will return at some point in the season.

Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. is inactive as he continues to heal from an ankle injury he suffered in week 5 against the Washington Redskins. Ravens right guard Marshal Yanda is inactive due to a shoulder injury.

Ravens inside linebacker C.J. Mosley is still recovering from a hamstring injury he suffered in week 5 against the Redskins.

The Ravens will have a bye week immediately after this game today against the Jets so hopefully the list of key players missing will be smaller in two weeks.