BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Several Ravens players won’t face off against the Steelers, Coach John Harbaugh announced during a press conference Monday.

Lamar Jackson, Earl Thomas, Mark Ingram, Brandon Williams and Marshal Yanda won’t play Sunday.

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Lamar Jackson, Mark Ingram and Earl Thomas are among the Ravens who won’t play versus the Steelers Sunday. Credit: Getty Images.

“We’re going to not play certain guys in this game,” Harbaugh said. “After that, we’ll still decide as the week goes on.”

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“It will be an opportunity for some guys to play that have been inactive,” Harbaugh added. “Our plan will be — all hands on deck to win this game.”

Ingram, who was injured during the game against the Browns, is out with a mild to a moderate calf strain.

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Harbaugh said both Robert Griffin III and Trace McSorley could play Sunday.