Ravens veteran defensive tackle Calais Campbell will not play against the Cleveland Browns Sunday night due to a concussion.
Campbell did not practice during the week and was listed as questionable. All NFL players who have been concussed or shown signs of a concussion must follow a five-step process before being cleared to fully practice or play in a game.
Before Sunday, Campbell had started in every game for the Ravens this season. With Campbell out, backup defensive tackle Broderick Washington will likely start.
Cornerbacks Jimmy Smith (neck) and Chris Westry (thigh), wide receiver Miles Boykin (finger), tackle Cedric Ogebuehi (thigh) and tight end Josh Oliver are also inactive, though wide receiver Marquise “Hollywood” Brown will suit up after missing last week’s game against the Chicago Bears with a thigh injury.
Brown, who has been the Ravens’ leading receiver with 719 yards and six touchdowns, was limited in practice this week and was listed as questionable.
Veteran nose tackle Brandon Williams (shoulder) is active after missing the last three games. Williams did not practice on Friday due to rest after and was a limited participant on Wednesday and Thursday. Right tackle Patrick Mekari (ankle), tight end Nick Boyle (knee), fullback Patrick Ricard (hip/foot), cornerbacks Tavon Young (foot/knee) and Anthony Averrett (thigh) are also active.
Browns running back Kareem Hunt (calf) and offensive tackle Jack Conklin (elbow) were activated from the injured reserve list on Friday and expected to play. Wide receiver Anthony Schwartz (concussion), fullback Andy Janovich, safety Richard LeCounte III, defensive end Ifeadi Odenigbo, tackle James Hudson III, wide receiver Rashard Higgins and defensive tackle Tommy Togiai are inactive.