Ravens coach John Harbaugh said the exact make-up of the offensive line for Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns isn't decided yet, but that won't stop him from feeling "very confident we're going to put a good offensive line out there one way or another."
Starting right tackle Rick Wagner went on injured reserve Tuesday with a Lisfranc sprain, meaning undrafted rookie tackle James Hurst will make his fifth start of the season.
Additionally, starting left tackle Eugene Monroe is doubtful for Sunday with an ankle injury that kept him from practice all week. With both Wagner and Monroe out at the end of last Sunday's 25-13 loss to the Houston Texans, Pro Bowl guard Marshal Yanda moved to right tackle with rookie guard John Urschel at right guard and Hurst at left tackle.
Urschel started two games this year, and Harbaugh said the two rookies' experience would be a factor in the regular season finale.
"It helps immensely," Harbaugh said. "We know we're going to get James and we'll see about Urschel. Both of those guys have done it already and played, been out there. They've done it well. It gives us a lot of confidence that they can play very well."
Harbaugh said moving Yanda to the outside wouldn't be a difficult decision, if it came to it.
"Whatever we do … we'll have a really good offensive line out there," Harbaugh said.