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Ravens Injury Report 11/1/18: Collins hobbled, Humphrey limited

NFL: Baltimore Ravens-Minicamp Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

Yesterday, the Ravens had 10 players that did not participate in practice. Today, the Ravens had six players that did not partake in practice. Those players included running back Alex Collins (foot), right tackle James Hurst (back), safety Tony Jefferson (hamstring), linebacker C.J. Mosley (thigh), left tackle Ronnie Stanley (ankle), and linebacker Tim Williams (ankle).

Center Bradley Bozeman (calf), cornerback Marlon Humphrey (thigh), wide receiver Jordan Lasley (hamstring) and left guard Alex Lewis (neck) all had limited participation at practice today. Veteran cornerback Brandon Carr also practiced.

The good news is that the list of injured players shortened today. The bad news is that there were five starters that did not participate today. Yesterday, Collins was limited at practice with a “foot” injury. Hurst and Stanley did not practice because of previous injuries. Hurst suffered an injury against the Saints that did not show up until later. Last Sunday in Carolina, Stanley had a Panther roll onto him, injuring his ankle.

Williams was reportedly wearing a boot in the locker room. It is unknown how Jefferson and Mosley’s injuries occurred, although Mosley looked a step slow in the loss against the Panthers just a few days ago.

Rookie receiver Lasley tweaked his hamstring at practice earlier today. Lewis suffered a “neck” injury in Tennessee. The Titans game was also the last time we saw Humphrey play, he had not practiced since.

The Steelers appear healthier today then they did on Wednesday. Guard Ramon Foster was the only player who was not at practice today. Tackle Marcus Gilbert (knee) was limited. Cornerback Cody Sensabaugh (toe) came back to practice with minimal participation. Linebacker Bud Dupree (illness), center Maurkice Pouncey (coach’s decision), and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger (finger/coach’s decision), were all fully practicing today. ​