In addition to defensive tackle Kelly Gregg (left knee) and strong safety Dawan Landry (spinal cord concussion), the Ravens ruled out cornerback Samari Rolle (right shoulder) and quarterback Troy Smith (tonsil infection).
Rolle confirmed to The Baltimore Sun's Mike Preston yesterday that he might not play against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday night. Rolle did not practice today. The prognosis on cornerback Fabian Washington (bulging disc in neck) seems better as he practiced fully for the third consecutive day and is listed as probable.
Despite sounding non-committal about his availability for Monday's contest, running back Willis McGahee (lacerated right eyelid) practiced fully today and is probable. Fullback Le'Ron McClain, who sat out yesterday's practice with a migraine, also practiced and is probable.
Right offensive tackle Adam Terry made a sudden appearance on the team's injury report, as an ankle injury limited him in practice. Terry, wide receiver/return specialist Yamon Figurs (hamstring) and linebacker Nick Greisen (quad) are listed as questionable.
Linebacker Ray Lewis (foot), tight end Daniel Wilcox (shoulder) and rookie linebacker Tavares Gooden (hip) are probable.