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Ravens at Browns Week Five NFL Inactives

Here’s the week 5 inactives for the Ravens matchup with the Browns

Ravens

CB Anthony Averett
C Hroniss Grasu
QB Robert Griffin
WR Jordan Lasley
DT Michael Pierce
DE Zach Sieler
LB Tim Williams

Browns

LB James Burgess
WR Damion Ratley
CB Denzel Rice
QB Drew Stanton
DE Chad Thomas
CB Tavierre Thomas
OG Earl Watford

Ravens DC Don “Wink” Martindale Gives High Praise to Browns Rookie QB Mayfield

The Ravens have had tremendous success against rookie quarterbacks. But the Ravens don’t see Baker Mayfield as your average rookie quarterback, Jamison Hensley of ESPN reports.

Heading into Sunday’s game at Cleveland, Baltimore defensive coordinator Don “Wink” Martindale gave a lofty compliment to this year’s No. 1 overall pick.

“I already told the defense this, I think Baker Mayfield is this generation’s Brett Favre or John Elway, if you will,” Martindale said Thursday. “This guy knows where he wants to go with the ball, and he’s very accurate. He’s got a quick release, and he’s really playing well.”

Why would Martindale compare a quarterback with two games of experience to two of Hall of Fame quarterbacks?

“The kid’s confidence and swag,” Martindale said. “When he comes out there, he thinks he’s standing on top of the mountain. He’s making plays to show he’s standing on top of the mountain.”

Inactives for Week Four Ravens at Steelers

Here’s the inactives for tonight’s AFC North showdown between the Steelers and Ravens.

Steelers Inactives

No. 2 QB Mason Rudolph
No. 11 WR Justin Hunter
No. 27 S Marcus Allen
No. 28 CB Mike Hilton
No. 42 S Morgan Burnett
No. 72 OT Zach Banner
No. 96 DE L.T. Walton

Ravens Inactives
No. 3 QB Robert Griffin
No. 17 WR Jordan Lasley
No. 28 CB Anthony Averett
No. 61 C Hroniss Grasu
No. 69 DT Willie Henry
No. 81 TE Hayden Hurst
No. 95 DT Zach Sieler

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Bills vs Ravens Wednesday Injury Report

BUFFALO BILLS
 
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday WR Ray-Ray McCloud (knee), LB Julian Stanford (nose)
 
BALTIMORE RAVENS
 
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday DT Willie Henry (abdomen), TE Hayden Hurst (foot)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday CB Maurice Canady (thigh), LB Kenny Young (knee)

Harbaugh Says Undrafted Rookie Kicker Kaare Vedvik Would Have Made Team If Not for Injuries During Fight

In a bizarre twist, undrafted rookie kicker Kaare Vedvik would have made the final Baltimore Ravens roster if not for a late night fight that cost him not only head injuries but his position on the team according to Ravens coach John Harbaugh.

Baltimore City Police said Vedvik was found at approximately 4 a.m. ET on Saturday suffering from “upper body injuries” but could not confirm how his injuries occurred. Vedvik, 24, a native of Norway, was sent to Maryland Shock Trauma and is now listed in stable condition.

“It was disappointing for him because I think it cost him a chance to kick in this league,” Harbaugh said Monday. “He would’ve had a shot. There were plenty of trade talks.”

Vedvik was 8-of-9 (89 percent) on field goals in the preseason, hitting a 56-yarder in Thursday’s preseason finale. He repeatedly hit long field goals in training camp, but he didn’t have a shot to make the Ravens because of Justin Tucker, the most accurate kicker in NFL history.

Harbaugh visited Vedvik in the hospital on Sunday, along with vice president of security Darren Sanders.

“He told what he could remember what happened. it’s not up to me to get into the details of that,” Harbaugh said. “He’s trying to remember as best he can. I think they’re trying to piece some of it together based on some video stuff.”

Vedvik’s face remains swollen and was “kind of stitched up,” Harbaugh said.

“We’re just grateful and I think he’s very thankful that he’s OK,” Harbaugh said. “He’s going to be fine. That’s the most important thing.”