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Full Wednesday injury report for the Ravens and Jaguars

A couple key contributors for the Ravens find themselves on the injury report this week

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The Ravens and Jaguars have released their injury reports following Wednesday’s practice ahead of the two team’s approaching Week 3 contest in London:

The biggest name on the injury report for the Ravens is defensive tackle Brandon Williams. Williams was just resigned to a big contract over the summer, and he has had a good start to the 2017 season. However, just two weeks into the season, he now is dealing with a foot injury. The injury kept Williams out of practice entirely today. His status for the game this weekend is unknown, but missing practice entirely surely isn’t a great sign.

Ravens starting running back Terrance West also did not participate in practice. After the Ravens Week 2 win over the Browns, it was reported that West was dealing with a soft tissue issue, and now the injury report clarifies that the issue is with his calf. The injury limited West’s snaps against the Browns. In fact, West did not have a single carry in the fourth quarter. Like Williams, his status for Sunday is unknown at the moment.

Wide receiver Michael Campanaro (ankle), cornerback Jaylen Hill (thigh) and tight end Maxx Williams (ankle) were also non-participants in Wednesday’s practice.

DB/LB Anthony Levine Sr. was a limited participant dealing with a chest injury. Za’Darius Smith (knee, ankle) was a full go in practice today. Smith has been out since he left the Ravens Week 1 game against the Bengals in the first half.

Jaguars starting quarterback Blake Bortles practiced in full today, he is dealing with a right wrist injury. In addition, starting wide receiver Allen Hurns, who is dealing with a shoulder injury practiced in full today. Safety Tashuan Gipson, linebacker Lerentee McCray and center Brandon Linder were all held out of practice today. Wide receiver Jaelen Strong, who the team just signed after he was cut by the Texans, cornerback Jalen Ramsey and defensive tackle Malik Jackson were only limited participants.