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Ravens rule out only one player for Dolphins matchup

OWINGS MILLS — The Ravens’ final injury report was extensive, but they ruled out only one player for the critical New Year’s Eve matchup against the Dolphins.

The Dolphins are in similar shape.

Cornerback and special teams player Jalyn Armour-Davis was the only player ruled for the Ravens.

However, wide receiver Zay Flowers (calf), safety Kyle Hamilton (knee), linebacker Del’Shawn Phillips (shoulder), cornerback Brandon Stephens (ankle), and guard Kevin Zeitler (knee/quad) are questionable.

The Dolphins have the league’s top offense and the Ravens hope they are not short-handed if Hamilton and Stephens can’t play.

Hamilton appeared optimistic.

“I’m good. I’m good. [I’m taking it] day by day. It could have been worse … “It’s day by day. I’m still evaluating. [It’s a] short week. [We’ve] got a day less to kind of evaluate everything, but I’m going to do everything I can to make it to the game.” 

The Dolphins ruled out wide receiver Jaylen Waddle (1,014 yards receiving) with an ankle injury. Waddle caught 11 passes for 171 yards and two scores against Baltimore last year.

Guard Robert Hunt is doubtful.

Safety Jevon Holland (knee), cornerbacks Xavien Howard (hip/thumb) and Jalen Ramsey (knee), running Raheem Mostert (knee/ankle), and offensive linemen Austin Jackson (oblique), Lester Cotton (hip) and Liam Eichenberg (calf/ankle) are questionable.  

Miami quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was also on the injury report with left thumb and quad injuries, but he is cleared to play. Tagovailoa leads the league with 4,214 yards passing with 26 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.

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