Ravens’ 53-man roster vs. Bengals: News and notes for Week 11

The Ravens suffered a humbling 33-31 loss to the Browns in Week 10, but a short rest prevented any time for self-pity, as John Harbaugh’s squad immediately returned to work.

Baltimore is 7-3 and atop the AFC North, and have a chance to create more space in the division when they face Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals (5-4) on Amazon Prime’s Thursday Night Football.

The Ravens will be without Ronnie Stanley, and Pro Bowl cornerback Marlon Humphrey is listed as doubtful with a calf injury.

With kickoff now 10 hours away, we’re looking at an updated 53-man roster with news and notes for Week 11.

#0 LB Roquan Smith

Smith logged 21 tackles, including 14 solo stops in the loss to Cleveland. Smith is one of three NFL defenders with at least 85 tackles, 3 TFL and 3 QBHs so far in 2023.

#2 QB Tyler Huntley

#3 WR Odell Beckham Jr.

Beckham has scored touchdowns in back to back games for the Ravens.

#4 WR Zay Flowers

In Week 10, Flowersl ed the Ravens with six targets for five receptions, and 73 receiving yards.

#5 CB Jalyn Armour-Davis

#6 LB Patrick Queen

Queen had 9 tackles in the loss to Cleveland.

#7 WR Rashod Bateman

#8 QB Lamar Jackson

In the Week 10 loss to Cleveland, Jackson was 13 of 23 passing for 223 yards (9.7 AVG), 1 touchdown and 2 interceptions. Jackson carried the football 8 times for 41 yards.

#9 K Justin Tucker

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#10 CB Arthur Maulet

#11 P Jordan Stout

#13 WR Devin Duvernay

#14 DB Kyle Hamilton

Kyle Hamilton was outstanding in the loss to Cleveland, logging 8 tackles, 2 passes defended, and 1 dynamic interception.

#15 WR Nelson Agholor

#16 WR Tylan Wallace

#17 QB Josh Johnson

#21 CB Brandon Stephens

With Marlon Humphrey unlikely to play against the Bengals, Stephens will be the primary defender on wide receiver, Ja’Marr Chase.

#23 CB Rock Ya-Sin

The veteran cornerback should see an uptick in snaps with Marlon Humphrey doubtful for Thursday night.

#24 LB Jadeveon Clowney

#26 DB Geno Stone

Stone leads the NFL in interceptions, but has seen his snaps reduced with Marcus Williams’s return to the lineup.

#28 CB Ronald Darby

#30 LB Trenton Simpson

#32 DB Marcus Williams

#34 RB Keaton Mitchell

Mitchell has 202 total yards and two touchdowns on his last 11 touches of the football.

Mitchell had 2 carries for 34 yards and a score, and 1 catch for 32 yards in the loss to the Browns last Sunday.

#35 RB Gus Edwards

Edwards had 11 carries for 24 yards and a score in the loss to Cleveland.

#40 LB Malik Harrison

#41 DB Daryl Worley

#42 RB Patrick Ricard

#43 RB Justice Hill

#44 CB Marlon Humphrey

Humphrey is doubtful for Thursday night after suffering a calf strain in the loss to Cleveland.

#50 LB Kyle Van Noy

#53 LB Del'Shawn Phillips

#58 DT Michael Pierce

#61 OL Sam Mustipher

#64 OL Tyler Linderbaum

#65 OL Patrick Mekari

#66 OL Ben Cleveland

#69 OL Tyler Ott

#70 OL Kevin Zeitler

#71 OL Sala Aumavae-Laulu

#76 OL John Simpson

#77 OL Daniel Faalele

#78 OL Morgan Moses

#79 OL Ronnie Stanley

Baltimore’s left tackle has been ruled out for this key matchup.

#80 Isaiah Likely

#88 TE Charlie Kolar

#89 OL Mark Andrews

Mark Andrews had 2 catches for 44 yards, ending his dominant streak against the Browns.

#92 DT Justin Madubuike

#95 LB Tavius Robinson

#96 DE Broderick Washington

#97 DE Brent Urban

#98 DT Travis Jones

#99 LB Odafe Oweh

Story originally appeared on Ravens Wire