Ravens facing a banged-up Jaguars in Week 15

OWINGS MILLS — The week’s first injury report was long for the Jacksonville Jaguars as they prepare for a critical game against the Ravens in Week 15.

Jacksonville had 13 players listed as being injured, while the Ravens had all 53 players on the active roster at practice Wednesday.

Baltimore coach John Harbaugh can empathize with Jacksonville because his roster has been decimated by injuries over the past few years.

Harbaugh is grateful for his team’s health.

“That’s a plus for us. We’re happy about that,” he said. “You guys have been around here the past few years, so that’s a major plus for us. But we have to go out there with all our 53 [man roster] and everybody else and play our best game on Sunday to have a chance to win this game.” 

The Jaguars that appeared on the week’s first injury report were:

  • WR Jamal Agnew (shoulder)
  • QB C.J. Beathard (shoulder)
  • CB Christian Braswell (hamstring)
  • CB Tyson Campbell (quadriceps)
  • S Andre Cisco (groin)
  • OL Ezra Cleveland (knee)
  • RB Travis Etienne Jr. (ribs)
  • CB Tre Herndon (concussion)
  • RB D’Ernest Johnson (knee)
  • WR Zay Jones (knee)
  • QB Trevor Lawrence (ankle)
  • OL Walker Little (hamstring)
  • TE Brenton Strange (foot)

The good news for the Jaguars was that Lawrence was a full participant after he had to be helped off the field with an ankle injury in Week 13. Lawrence was back in the lineup in a 31-27 loss to the Browns last week and was 28-for-50 for 257 yards with three touchdowns and three interceptions.

Lawrence has thrown for 3,261 yards with 17 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.

The Ravens’ first injury report consisted of:

  • WR Odell Beckham Jr. (rest)
  • S Kyle Hamilton (knee)
  • OLB Malik Hamm (ankle)
  • LB Malik Harrison (groin)
  • LB Roquan Smith (back)

The good news for the Ravens was that Hamilton was back at practice just two days after leaving the Week 14 game against the Los Angeles Rams with a left knee injury. Hamilton wore a brace on the injured knee but could participate in team drills at limited speed.

He could be a game-day decision.

“I thought he moved pretty good,” Harbaugh said. “I was pretty happy to see it. He wasn’t a full participant. He was out there for most of the practice [and] did as much as he could. We’ll see how he progresses as the week goes on.”

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