Ravens Vs. Jaguars Inactives: Lee Evans Among Key Injury Notes

Ravens wide receiver Lee Evans is still out with an ankle injury that landed him among on Baltimore's inactive list for Monday Night Football vs. the Jaguars. Rookie cornerback and first-round pick Jimmy Smith has been activated for the first time since Week 1.

With Evans out, the Ravens will rely on rookie Torrey Smith. Last week, Smith had three catches for 84 yards. His best game this season came on Sept. 25 against the Rams when Smith had 152 receiving yards and three touchdowns. He could have a tougher time tonight against the Jaguars, who boast the ninth-best pass defense in the league.

The Jaguars are happy that Tyson Alualu will be active on the defensive line.

Also inactive for the Ravens are strong safety Tom Zbikowski, linebacker Sergio Kindle, running back Anthony Allen, defensive back Chris Carr and wide receiver David Reed.

Get the full list of inactives for tonight's game at NFL.com.

For more on the Ravens, be sure to check out Baltimore Beat Down. And for the latest on the Jacksonville Jaguars, head on over to our community at Big Cat Country.

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