Ravens tight end Nick Boyle is active for Saturday night's game in Los Angeles after suffering a concussion last weekend. Boyle had been listed as questionable, but he was a full participant in Thursday's practice before the team flew to the West coast.
Running back Javorius Allen is inactive for the first game Allen will miss this season. Ty Montgomery is active after not dressing last weekend against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and he will be the third running back joining Gus Edwards and Kenneth Dixon.
Edwards has rushed for over 100 yards in three of the last five games, teaming with quarterback Lamar Jackson to give Baltimore the NFL's most productive one-two running punch over the last five weeks. Dixon has also run effectively since being activated off injured reserve last month.
Guard Alex Lewis (shoulder) is inactive and will miss his third straight game. Lewis was a limited participant in Thursday's practice and had been listed as questionable. James Hurst has started the last two games at left guard in Lewis' absence, and he shared reps with Bradley Bozeman last weekend against Tampa Bay.
For the Chargers, two of their biggest offensive weapons are active – running back Melvin Gordon (knee) and wide receiver Keenan Allen (hip). Gordon is the Chargers' leading rusher (802 yards) and had missed the last three games. Allen is one of the NFL's top receivers (88 receptions, 1,074 yards, six touchdowns) and had been listed as questionable after suffering his injury last week against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Other inactives for the Ravens are quarterback Robert Griffin III, wide receiver Jordan Lasley, outside linebacker Tim Williams, defensive tackle Zach Sieler, and fullback/defensive lineman Patrick Ricard.
Inactive for the Chargers are defensive end Anthony Lanier, running backs Austin Ekeler and Troymaine Pope, center Cole Toner, tight end Sean Culkin, wide receiver Dylan Cantrell and defensive tackle T.Y. McGill.