The Ravens have been on the healthier side of things throughout the entire season. However, week-to-week, it appears that at least one crucial player is in danger of being held out of the game. Here is the Ravens’ injury report:
With many of the players on the injury report being held out of Friday’s practice for veteran days off, the only players who are in danger of missing Monday night’s game are DT Michael Pierce and WR Chris Moore.
Pierce is still dealing with his ankle injury, which forced him to miss practice on Friday. Pierce was a limited participant in Thursday’s practice. Luckily, Pierce has an extra day to rest his ankle due to the game being on Monday rather than Sunday.
Moore, who missed last week’s game against the Texans, had also been a limited participant in practice throughout the week. His health and how he fits into the offensive and special teams schemes for Monday’s game will determine whether Moore will suit up.
LT Ronnie Stanley, who also has been limited all week, should be able to start as he usually plays through minor injuries.
The Rams, for the most part, appear healthy as a team with the exception of a veteran starting tackle along their offensive line. Here are the Rams’ injuries:
Backup RB Malcolm Brown didn’t practice Thursday and Friday due to a non-injury related issue. Starting RT Rob Havenstein also didn't practice both days due to a knee injury. His absence would be very impactful as the Ravens’ pass-rush is clicking at the moment.
WR Brandin Cooks was a full participant in both Thursday and Friday’s practice. After sustaining a concussion weeks ago in London, speculation arose as to Cooks’ playing status for the rest of this season and even his career. Cooks denied any retirement rumors and is now focused on Monday night’s game.
The Ravens will travel to Los Angeles as they take on the Rams on Monday Night Football at the Coliseum.