The Ravens shuffled their lineup for Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans at M&T Bank Stadium, deactivating defensive end DeAngelo Tyson and safety Brynden Trawick for the first time this season.
Active in their place is rookie safety Terrence Brooks, who was a healthy scratch against the Pittsburgh Steelers last week, and defensive end Lawrence Guy.
Tyson has 17 tackles and two fumble recoveries as a backup. Trawick has three tackles on defense and three tackles on special teams. Brooks has 17 tackles and one pass deflection with a fumble recovery, and Guy has two tackles.
Running back Bernard Pierce is active for the second game in a row after being a healthy scratch against the Cincinnati Bengals.
The Ravens also ruled out nose tackle Terrence Cody, rookie wide receiver Michael Campanaro, guard Jah Reid, new cornerback Rashaan Melvin, who was signed off of the Miami Dolphins' practice squad Saturday, and reserve center Gino Gradkowski.
Cody was activated from the reserve-physically unable to perform list this week. He hasn't played yet this season after undergoing offseason hip surgery. The Ravens had previously ruled out Campanaro because of a pulled hamstring and Reid, who has a broken hand and has undergone surgery.
This is the second consecutive game that Campanaro has been sidelined. He was injured during a 27-24 loss to the Bengals on Oct. 26. During that game, the River Hill graduate caught a career-high three passes for 40 yards and returned two punts for 17 yards. He had replaced Jacoby Jones as the Ravens punt returner before getting injured on a return.
Campanaro, a seventh-round draft pick from Wake Forest, was deactivated for the Ravens' 43-23 loss to the Steelers last Sunday and hasn't practiced since the injury. Campanaro has appeared in three games this season and has six receptions for 85 yards.
The Ravens placed cornerback Jimmy Smith on injured reserve Saturday, two days after he underwent surgery to repair the damage to his sprained left foot.