Baltimore Ravens

Ravens RB Mark Ingram inactive vs. Steelers; DBs Jimmy Smith, Anthony Levine active

Ravens running back Mark Ingram II is inactive for Sunday’s divisional game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at M&T Bank Stadium. Ingram was listed as doubtful to play after not practicing this week because of an ankle injury he suffered in Week 6.

Defensive back Jimmy Smith, who was listed as questionable with an Achilles injury, is active. So is defensive back/linebacker Anthony Levine Sr., who missed Week 6 with an abdomen injury.


Cornerback Terrell Bonds and inside linebacker Kristian Welch, who on Saturday were promoted from the practice squad, are active. Wide receiver Dez Bryant was not one of the team’s two allotted practice-squad call-ups and will be inactive.

Defensive end Yannick Ngakoue, acquired Oct. 22 in a trade with the Minnesota Vikings, is active and will make his team debut.


Wide receiver Chris Moore is also active for the first time this season after missing the first six games with a finger and thigh injury.

Quarterback Trace McSorley; defensive linemen Jihad Ward, Broderick Washington and Justin Ellis; and offensive linemen Trystan Colon-Castillo and Ben Bredeson are also inactive.

Steelers cornerback Mike Hilton (shoulder), who was listed as questionable, is inactive. Fullback Derek Watt (hamstring), who was also listed as questionable, is active.

Pittsburgh also ruled out safety and former Towson standout Jordan Dangerfield (quadriceps), linebacker Ulysees Gilbert (back), quarterback Josh Dobbs, defensive lineman Carlos Davis, tight end Zach Gentry and offensive lineman Derwin Gray, a former Terp.