It appears that two of the Ravens' top three safeties won't play Monday against the Arizona Cardinals.
Starting free safety Kendrick Lewis (bone bruise in knee) and top reserve Terrence Brooks (thumb surgery) both weren't practicing today, and have been sidelined all week. If both are out, Brynden Trawick would likely start opposite strong safety Will Hill.
Also not practicing for the Ravens were wide receiver Breshad Perriman (knee), tight end Maxx Williams (knee, ankle), and defensive end Chris Canty (calf).
Canty, who participated on a limited basis the past two days, was not practicing today, which could be an indication that he'll miss his fifth consecutive game. Williams also hasn't practiced all week, which puts his playing status in jeopardy.
Because the Ravens are playing Monday night, the final injury report isn't due until Saturday.
Cornerback Asa Jackson (thigh) and outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil (non-injury related) returned to practice after missing yesterday's session.