Ravens Deactivate Terrence Cody, DeAngelo Tyson


The Ravens are leaving a pair of defensive linemen on the sideline Sunday against the Titans.

Defensive tackle Terrence Cody is eligible to play his first game after coming off the physically unable to perform list and being activated to the 53-man roster this week. But he'll sit in his first opportunity.

Head Coach John Harbaugh said during the week that Cody is, "healthier than he's ever been."

Baltimore also deactivated defensive end DeAngelo Tyson for the first time this season. He hasn't missed a game in a year. He was last out in Week 9 against Cleveland last season.

That leaves the Ravens with five defensive linemen against the Titans: Lawrence Guy, Chris Canty, Timmy Jernigan, Haloti Ngata and Brandon Williams.

The Ravens' other inactives are cornerback Rashaan Melvin, who they signed on Saturday, wide receiver Michael Campanaro, safety Brynden Trawick, guard/center Gino Gradkowski and guard/tackle Jah Reid.

Rookie safety Terrence Brooks will play after being held out last week against the Steelers. He replaces Trawick, who will sit for the first time this year.

Cornerbacks Danny Gorrer and Tramain Jacobs are both active after being signed this week. Either Gorrer or safety Anthony Levine will start in place of Jimmy Smith (foot), depending on the Titans' opening offensive alignment.

Coming off a bye, the Titans don't have any injury scratches.

Their inactives are quarterback Charlie Whitehurst, wide receiver Kris Durham, running back Antonio Andrews, cornerback Brandon Harris, tackle Will Svitek, tight end Brett Brackett and nose tackle Sammie Hill.

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