The Baltimore Ravens have now released their first injury report of Week 16 ahead of their Christmas night road game against the Pittsburgh Steelers and it shows that their top cornerback failed to practice.
Sitting out Wednesday for the Ravens were cornerback Jimmy Smith (ankle), linebacker Kamalei Correa (thigh) and guard Marshal Yanda (not injury related). Smith, who injured his ankle in the first quarter of the Dec. 12 game against the New England Patriots, missed the Ravens game this past Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Should Smith ultimately miss Sundays game against the Steelers the Ravens will likely replace him with cornerback Shareece Wright, who has allowed six touchdowns in 10 games, according to Pro Football Focus. He would start opposite rookie cornerback Tavon Young.
Limited on Wednesday for the Ravens was defensive back/linebacker Anthony Levine Sr. (toe) and practicing fully was guard Alex Lewis (ankle).