Ravens release first injury report for Week 13 matchup vs. Steelers

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The Baltimore Ravens have been one of the most injury riddled teams in the NFL during the 2021 season. They lost multiple stars before the year began, and have continued to see players go down left and right.

The team released their first injury report ahead of their Week 13 matchup with their division rival in the Pittsburgh Steelers. There was once again a laundry list of names on the list, but there were some positives, as defensive lineman Calais Campbell returned to practice on a limited basis after sustaining a concussion in Week 11.

Campbell’s return to practice marks the last step before being able to pass his concussion protocol.

All in all, the Ravens didn’t have 10 players at practice on Wednesday, and four more were limited. Among those who didn’t practice included fullback Patrick Ricard (foot/thigh) tight end Nick Boyle (knee), center Bradley Bozeman (shin laceration), and outside linebacker Justin Houston (rest).

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