The Ravens placed wide receiver Brandon Stokley on injured reserve Tuesday and re-signed running back Bernard Scott.
Stokley suffered a concussion against the Minnesota Vikings Sunday, and coach John Harbaugh had said on Monday that another concussion could be problematic for Stokley considering his history of concussions.
According to Pro Football Talk, Stokley has now suffered at least 15 concussions dating back to high school.
Stokley contributed at times for Baltimore this year and had two catches against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thanksgiving. But at 37 years old with his history of concussions, this latest concussion could put an end to Stokley's NFL career after 15 seasons.
But the Ravens shouldn't have much trouble replacing him. He missed seven games this year due to various injuries and was on the field strictly on third downs even when healthy.
Tandon Doss could fill that role now. Doss made some plays out of the slot on third downs when Stokley was hurt earlier in the year.
The Ravens also have tight end Dennis Pitta back now.
Pitta can play the slot. So can rookie wide receiver Marlon Brown.
As for Scott, it's unclear if he will factor in for Baltimore on game day.
The Ravens originally signed Scott Oct. 28, but he was inactive each of the five games he was with the team for before being Baltimore released him Saturday to create a spot for Pitta on the 53-man roster.