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Ravens DE Derek Wolfe, DB Anthony Levine Sr. inactive vs. Eagles; rookie LB Kristian Welch active

"Yes, when we go into games now, defenses change up their scheme from what we see on film," said Lamar Jackson about seeing different defensive schemes.

Ravens defensive end Derek Wolfe was inactive for Sunday’s 30-28 road win against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Wolfe was doubtful to play with a neck injury and concussion that kept him out of practice Thursday and Friday.

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Defensive back-linebacker Anthony Levine Sr., who did not practice this week because of a lingering abdomen injury, was also inactive. Levine’s streak of 117 consecutive games played, which dates to the 2013 season, came to an end. The Ravens used safety Jordan Richards in Levine’s spot as the punt protector.

Left tackle Ronnie Stanley (shoulder), rookie right guard Tyre Phillips (shoulder), wide receiver Miles Boykin (thigh) and cornerbacks Marcus Peters (thigh) and Jimmy Smith (knee), all of whom were listed as questionable, were active.

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Quarterback Trace McSorley, wide receiver Chris Moore (finger/thigh) and offensive linemen Trystan Colon-Castillo and Ben Bredeson were also inactive.

Defensive tackle Brandon Williams, who on Saturday was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list, is not on the active roster and did not play.

Safety Marcus Gilchrist, whom the Ravens designated to replace Williams on the active roster, was active. So was undrafted rookie inside linebacker Kristian Welch, who on Saturday was also elevated to the active roster. The Iowa product made his NFL debut and recorded a tackle.

Eagles cornerback Darius Slay, who was listed as questionable with a concussion, was active.

Offensive tackle Lane Johnson (ankle), wide receivers DeSean Jackson (hamstring) and Alshon Jeffery (foot), safety Marcus Epps (rib), linebacker Duke Riley (rib), cornerback Avonte Maddox (ankle) and quarterback Nate Sudfield were inactive for the Eagles. Eagles tight end Hakeem Butler, a Baltimore native, was active for the first time since joining the team last month.

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