Ravens Issues Latest Injury Updates and Game Day Roster Shuffles…

Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey and running back Keaton Mitchell have been given the green light to play in the upcoming game against the Cleveland Browns.

Humphrey, who missed the start of the season due to foot surgery, participated in Wednesday’s practice but took it easy on Thursday and Friday due to a hamstring injury.

Despite this, he was actively warming up on the field before the game and was not listed as inactive. Mitchell, after a breakout performance against the Seattle Seahawks, had a hamstring issue on Thursday but fully participated in Friday’s practice and was cleared to play.

On the other hand, starting tackle Morgan Moses, who had a full week of practice, was unexpectedly declared inactive on game day. He last played in the Ravens’ Week 8 victory over the Arizona Cardinals. Cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis, who missed practice due to illness during the week, along with wide receiver Tylan Wallace, guard Sala Aumavae-Laulu, and quarterback Josh Johnson, were also on the inactive list.

In total, the Ravens had five inactive players, while the Browns had seven. The Browns ruled out three players by Friday, including starting tackle Dawand Jones (knee, shoulder) and wide receivers David Bell (knee) and Marquise Goodwin (concussion). Former Ravens receiver James Proche was added to the active roster in light of the two wide receivers being unavailable.

On Sunday morning, the Browns added safety Ronnie Hickman, defensive end Isaiah McGuire, defensive tackle Siaki Ika, and quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson to the inactive list. Thompson-Robinson, who led the offense in the previous Ravens-Browns matchup, had a challenging day as the Ravens intercepted him three times in their 28-3 victory.

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