The Baltimore Ravens will play the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday at Heinz Field and they’ll do so without the services of their top cornerback.
The Ravens final injury report of Week 16 that was released on Friday shows that cornerback Jimmy Smith (ankle) has been officially ruled out for the Christmas night game against the Steelers. With Smith out once again, the Ravens are expected to start cornerbacks Shareece Wright and Tavon Young against the Steelers just as they did last Sunday in their win over the Philadelphia Eagles.
Also ruled out by the Ravens on Friday was linebacker Kamalei Correa (ribs) and that’s not surprising being as he failed to practice all week.
Ending the week listed as questionable for the Ravens are defensive end Brent Urban (illness), linebacker Anthony Levine (toe), wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. (thigh), and tackle Alex Lewis (ankle). However, of those four players, all but Levine are listed as practicing fully on Friday. Smith was added to the Ravens injury report on Thursday after being limited in practice.