Ravens tackle Orlando Brown on playing beside rookie Tyre Phillips on the offensive line.
Ravens wide receiver Chris Moore (finger) and rookie defensive tackle Justin Madubuike (knee) were inactive for Monday night’s 34-20 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs at M&T Bank Stadium.
Both players missed the team’s first two games of the season but returned to practice last week in a limited capacity and were listed as questionable.
Defensive back-linebacker Anthony Levine Sr. (abdomen) was active, as was reserve offensive lineman D.J. Fluker (shoulder). Both were listed as questionable.
Quarterback Trace McSorley, running back Justice Hill, rookie offensive lineman Ben Bredeson, rookie defensive lineman Broderick Washington and rookie safety Geno Stone were also inactive. Washington, a fifth-round pick, was inactive for the first time this season after playing just three snaps in last Sunday’s win over the Houston Texans.
Cornerbacks Khalil Dorsey and Terrell Bonds, who were elevated from the practice squad for Monday night’s game, were active and made their NFL debuts.
Chiefs wide receiver Sammy Watkins (concussion/neck) and starting cornerback Chardavius Ward (hand) were active. Starting guard Andrew Wylie, cornerback BoPete Keyes, defensive ends Demone Harris and Alex Okafor (hamstring) and tight end Ricky Seals-Jones were inactive.
According to several reports, Wylie felt ill after arriving to the stadium and was sent to a local hospital. The team believes it is appendicitis, according to ESPN, and there is no concern that it is COVID-19 related. NFL Network reported that Wylie underwent a battery of tests at the hospital.
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