Ravens lose a game and more players to injury

With game on the line, the Ravens needed to replace the left side of the offensive line.

The Ravens lost a game and several more players to injury. It’s becoming an all-too-familiar theme for the franchise in 2015.

In the 26-18 loss to the Arizona Cardinals last night, the Ravens finished the game without two starters on the left side of the offensive line and with with two rookie draft picks contributing on special teams.

Ravens left tackle Eugene Monroe (shoulder) and left guard Kelechi Osemele (knee) were forced to leave the game in the fourth quarter and didn’t return. When the Ravens engineered their last drive to try and tie the game, James Hurst was in at left tackle and John Urschel was playing left guard.

Ravens coach John Harbaugh said he had no injury updates, and Osemele declined to comment.

Wide receiver Darren Waller seemed to hurt his leg playing special teams in the first half. He did not return to the game and left the locker room carrying a bag of ice.

Cornerback Tray Walker went down covering a punt early in the fourth quarter. He was helped straight to the locker room by trainers and the team announced that he was entering the concussion protocol.



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