NFL inactives, Week 15: Broncos vs. Ravens


The Ravens will be without several starters on defense due to injury, as well as one of their best offensive linemen. Here are the inactives for Sunday's matchup between the Broncos and Ravens.

The Denver Broncos and Baltimore Ravens have released their inactive lists, and the Ravens have been hit much harder by the injury bug than the Broncos.

Baltimore will be without a pair of linebackers in Dannell Ellerbe and Jameel McClain who receive a lot of snaps. They'll also be without safety Bernard Pollard. Ellerbe is on the shelf with an ankle injury for the third straight week, and McClain is dealing with a neck issue. Pollard hasn't practiced all week due to a chest injury. Josh Bynes and Albert McClellan are expected to start at linebacker in place of Ellerbe and McClain, and Pollard will be replaced by James Ihedigbo.

On the offensive side of the ball, the Ravens will be without guard Marshal Yanda, who sprained his ankle last week against the Redskins. Bobbie Williams should get the start in his place. Also, tight end Ed Dickson will miss his third straight game with a knee injury.

Manny Ramirez will start for Chris Kuper at right guard today for the Broncos. Kuper has been slowed down by an ankle injury.

Denver inactives

QB Caleb Hanie
CB Tracy Porter
TE Julius Thomas
WR Andre Caldwell
G Chris Kuper (ankle)
RB Lance Ball
DT Sealver Siliga

Baltimore inactives

S Bernard Pollard (chest)
LB Dannell Ellerbe (ankle)
LB Jameel McClain (neck)
OL Marshal Yanda (ankle)
TE Ed Dickson (knee)
OL Ramon Harewood
WR Deonte Thompson (thigh)

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