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NFL Injury Report:
The Baltimore Ravens take on the Denver Broncos Thursday
night. Who is out? Who is in? Find out, in your Baltimore Ravens
Week 1 injury report.
First, let me explain what some of the designations mean for
those new to NFL team injury reports. “Out”
means that the player will not play in this week’s game while “doubtful” means there
is a 25% chance the player will play. “Questionable”
means that there is a 50% chance a player will play while probable means there
is a 75% chance a player will be ready for action.
The Baltimore Ravens have two players listed as out for
Thursday night’s tilt against the Denver Broncos, tight end Dennis Pitta (hip)
and defensive end Arthur Jones (illness).
The Ravens placed Pitta on the injured reserve-designated for return
list on Wednesday and is out indefinitely for at least eight weeks. Jones is ruled out for Thursday night with an
undisclosed health issue.
TE Ed Dickson (thigh) and DE Pernell McPhee (knee) are
listed as probable and are expected to be active for Thursday night. Dickson has been full participation all week
at practice and McPhee was limited participation on Tuesday and full
participation on Wednesday.
The Ravens have three players listed as doubtful, defensive
tackle Brandon Williams (toe), wide receiver Deonte Thompson (foot) and center
Ryan Jensen (foot). Williams, Thompson
and Jensen did not participated in practice this week. Therefore, it is unlikely any of the three
will see action against the Broncos.
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