OWINGS MILLS, Md. (WJZ) — It was already announced that some big names — including Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson — won’t play against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the team’s last regular-season match-up, but several more players may not suit up due to injuries.

Five players were listed on the team’s injury report Friday as being questionable for Sunday’s game, including:

  • Tight end Mark Andrews (ankle)
  • Wide receiver Marquise Brown (illness)
  • Cornerback Marcus Peters (chest)
  • Cornerback Jimmy Smith (groin)
  • Safety Earl Thomas (knee/hand)
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Running back Mark Ingram is out due to a calf injury; Head Coach John Harbaugh said Monday he, Thomas, Jackson, Brandon Williams and Marshal Yanda won’t play.

Both quarterbacks Robert Griffin, III, and Trace McSorley could suit up.

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“We’ll just get to the game and see where we’re at and try to put our best team out there that we choose to have available,” Harbaugh told reporters Friday.

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