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Ravens vs. Bengals: Week 5 Inactives — starting RG Tyre Phillips OUT

The Ravens will be without their starting rookie RG for today’s contest.

Lamar Jackson makes it look easy as Ravens crush Browns, 38-6, in season opener Karl Merton Ferron/Baltimore Sun/Tribune News Service via Getty Images

The Ravens enter today’s AFC North matchup looking considerably healthy. During the week, concern arose due to a packed injury report. Players such as Lamar Jackson, Marquise Brown, and Mark Andrews were among those on the list earlier this week.

Fans should not be concerned, however, as the Ravens will only be without one starter.

Here are Baltimore’s inactives:

The most notable player that won't be playing is Tyre Phillips. Phillips has played relatively well for a rookie starter who, just as a reminder, is filling the shoes of a future Hall of Famer in Marshal Yanda. Phillips failed to practice all week due to a shoulder injury he sustained last week.

The likes of Trace McSorley, Chris Moore, and Justice Hill have been consistent scratches all season, and that trend will continue for today.

Broderick Washington, despite fully practicing twice this week, will not suit up as Derek Wolfe will be starting today.

The Bengals also appear relatively healthy as most of their starters will be in for today’s game. Here are Cincinnati’s inactives:

Mackensie Alexander practiced in limited fashion on Wednesday and Thursday but failed to practice at all on Friday. A hamstring injury will force Alexander to watch from the sidelines.

John Ross failed to practice Thursday and Friday due to illness and will not be playing today.

Players such as Geno Atkins, Joe Mixon, and Jonah Williams will be active today after managing to log in at least one full practice this week.