Roquan Smith dealing with shoulder injury ahead of Week 8 matchup vs. Cardinals

The Ravens started preparation for a Sunday afternoon matchup in Arizona against the Cardinals, and star linebacker Roquan Smith sat out practice with a shoulder injury.

It was the first practice Smith has missed this season, and he has played in 57 straight games since finishing 2019 on injured reserve.

Baltimore, which has allowed the fewest points this season, plays at Arizona on Sunday.

Safety Marcus Williams (hamstring) also did not practice Wednesday; instead, he worked on a side field during the early portion of practice open to media.

Rookie running back Keaton Mitchell (hamstring) is the only other Raven who didn’t practice. Harbaugh said Monday that there’s an “outside chance” of Mitchell against the Cardinals.


MLB Roquan Smith (shoulder);

S Marcus Williams (hamstring);

RB Keaton Mitchell (hamstring)

Limited Participant

CB Kevon Seymour (ankle)

Full Participant

WR Tylan Wallace (hamstring)

Cardinals injury report

Murry logged his first full practice on Wednesday since suffering a torn ACL last December.

The Cardinals have until Nov. 9 to activate Murray to the roster, although he can be brought back earlier.

Story originally appeared on Ravens Wire