Humphrey, Moses, Mitchell questionable to play for Ravens against Cleveland

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OWINGS MILLS, Md. — For the first time all season, the Ravens didn’t list anyone as out or doubtful on their final game status injury report counting down to Sunday’s AFC North tilt with Cleveland.

After all members of the 53-man roster participated in Friday’s indoor walk-through, Baltimore listed cornerbacks Marlon Humphrey (hamstring) and Jalyn Armour-Davis (illness), right tackle Morgan Moses (shoulder), and running back Keaton Mitchell (hamstring) as questionable for Week 10. All but Humphrey were listed as full participants in the light workout.

“It makes me feel good. I’m happy, but really haven’t given it that much thought to be honest with you,” said head coach John Harbaugh about the Ravens’ improving health picture. “I’m just focused on the next game and having a good practice today. The fact that the guys are out there practicing, yes, it’s a big plus for us.”

With Humphrey exiting Thursday’s practice with a hamstring issue, his status for Sunday’s game is the Ravens’ biggest question as they must also consider their quick turnaround to host division rival Cincinnati next Thursday night. For what it’s worth, the three-time Pro Bowl selection wasn’t spotted on the field at the conclusion of Friday’s walk-through or in the locker room during media availability.

Moses continues to nurse a shoulder injury originally sustained in Week 4, but he was able to practice fully all week, which bodes well for his status after sitting out last Sunday’s win over Seattle.

In better injury news, the Ravens didn’t give safety Marcus Williams (hamstring), wide receiver Rashod Bateman (back), or nose tackle Michael Pierce (illness) a game status designation, meaning all three are fully expected to play. Williams has been sidelined since injuring his hamstring in the Week 6 win over Tennessee in London.

Already without their Week 1 starting offensive tackles — Jedrick Wills and Jack Conklin are both on injured reserve — the Browns will also be missing right tackle Dawand Jones, who was ruled out with knee and shoulder injuries. How Cleveland plans to approach its offensive tackle picture remains to be seen, which sounds dubious going up against a Baltimore defense leading the NFL in sacks.

The Browns could welcome back cornerback Greg Newsome (groin) after he sat out Week 9, but the starting defensive back remained limited in practices this week and was officially designated as questionable.

Below is the final injury report for Week 10:

BALTIMORE
QUESTIONABLE: CB Jalyn Armour-Davis (illness), CB Marlon Humphrey (hamstring), RB Keaton Mitchell (hamstring), OT Morgan Moses (shoulder)

CLEVELAND
OUT: WR David Bell (knee), WR Marquise Goodwin (concussion), OT Dawand Jones (knee/shoulder)
QUESTIONABLE: CB Greg Newsome (groin), RB Pierre Strong (hamstring)

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