Ravens defensive end Calais Campbell is questionable to play in Monday night’s road game against the Cleveland Browns because of a nagging calf injury.
Campbell did not practice this week. He returned to play in Tuesday’s 34-17 win over the Dallas Cowboys after a calf strain and positive COVID-19 test sidelined him for a month but he played just 23 defensive snaps.
Cornerback Jimmy Smith (groin) is also questionable. Smith was limited in practice Friday and Saturday.
Defensive back/linebacker Anthony Levine Sr. (abdomen), rookie defensive tackle Broderick Washington (concussion) and tight end Luke Willson (hip) are also questionable. Washington was a full participant Saturday, while Levine was limited. Willson, a new addition to the injury report, did not practice Saturday.
Cornerback Tramon Williams, who has yet to practice since injuring his thigh Dec. 2 against the Pittsburgh Steelers, is doubtful.
The Browns ruled out starting cornerback Denzel Ward (calf) and wide receiver KhaDarel Hodge (hamstring). Tight end Austin Hooper, who has 30 catches for 286 yards and two touchdowns this season, is questionable with a neck injury. Hooper did not practice Friday or Saturday.