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Jeremy Zuttah, Eugene Monroe to play, giving Ravens full starting offensive line

Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco lines up under center Jeremy Zuttah (53) during a game against the Denver Broncos. Zuttah missed the end of the Ravens' Week 8 win over the San Diego Chargers with a sprained shoulder, but returns against the Jackonsville Jaguars.
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco lines up under center Jeremy Zuttah (53) during a game against the Denver Broncos. Zuttah missed the end of the Ravens' Week 8 win over the San Diego Chargers with a sprained shoulder, but returns against the Jackonsville Jaguars. (Jack Dempsey / Associated Press)

The Ravens will start today's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars with their first-choice offensive line for just the fourth time this season, as center Jeremy Zuttah (shoulder) and left tackle Eugene Monroe (shoulder) are active Sunday.

Zuttah left the Week 8 win over the San Diego Chargers with a shoulder sprain, and didn't practice until Friday. He was questionable entering the game.

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Monroe practiced all week and was probable to play after injuring his shoulder against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 7 and missing the Chargers game.

Defensive end Kapron Lewis-Moore is inactive for the third straight game. Safety Terrence Brooks is inactive again, having not played since the Week 5 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Wide receiver Joe Morgan, who was signed last week, will not make his Ravens debut Sunday.

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Cornerback Tray Walker, plus offensive linemen Ryan Jensen and De'Ondre Wesley are also inactive.

Wide receiver Breshad Perriman remains out with a sprained PCL suffered on the first day of training camp in late July. He said Friday at teammate Michael Campanaro's Toys for Tots drive that this season has been "a little frustrating."

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