The only Ravens that were question marks heading into Sunday’s game are all active.
Jones missed the end of the preseason and the season-opening game in Denver due to an abnormal heart beat, but returned to practice this week and was able to quickly get in good enough shape to play in a game. It remains to be seen how many snaps he’ll see on the Ravens’ deep defensive line.
“He didn’t get too out of shape,” Head Coach John Harbaugh said Friday. “He’s progressing well.”
Oher suffered what he called the worst sprained ankle of his career in Denver, but practiced fully the entire week. Getting him back on the starting offensive line is a big boost for the offense, which struggled in the second half in Week 1 with rookie
Pierce was limited in practice all week, but will once again be behind
The Ravens’ inactives are wide receiver
With Draughn and Jones out, the Ravens’ kick returner will likely be wide receiver
The Browns have three starters sitting out: right guard Shawn Lauvao (ankle), defensive end Ahtyba Rubin (calf), and defensive end Desmond Bryant (back). They will be replaced, respectively, by former Raven Oniel Cousins and defensive ends Billy Winn and John Hughes.
Cleveland’s other inactives are quarterback Brian Hoyer, tight end MarQueis Gray, offensive lineman Martin Wallace, and linebacker Paul Hazel.