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Ravens add Brandon Williams to injury report, place Otaro Alaka on IR

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The Ravens added defensive tackle Brandon Williams to their injury report Saturday, a potentially significant development ahead of their Week 4 meeting with the Cleveland Browns.
Williams was designated as questionable to play with a knee issue. He hadn’t been on the injury report all week, but his potential absence Sunday would be a tough blow for a Baltimore defense that allowed 140 rushing yards in last week’s 33-28 loss in Kansas City.
It’s unknown how Williams hurt his knee, but the Ravens have rarely added a player to their injury report the day before a game in the past. Rookie fifth-round pick Daylon Mack would likely make his NFL debut as part of the defensive line rotation if the seventh-year defensive tackle can’t play.
Rookie inside linebacker Otaro Alaka was placed on injured reserve Saturday, but general manager Eric DeCosta didn’t make a corresponding move by the 4 p.m. deadline, meaning the Ravens have only 52 players on the roster going into Sunday. After suffering a hamstring injury during Wednesday’s practice, Alaka had already been ruled out for Week 4 against the Browns and was inactive for each of the first three contests of the regular season.
Below is the updated injury report for Sunday’s game:
BALTIMORE
OUT: CB Jimmy Smith (knee), S Brynden Trawick (elbow)
QUESTIONABLE: TE Mark Andrews (foot), CB Marlon Humphrey (hip), DT Brandon Williams (knee)
CLEVELAND
OUT: OT Kendall Lamm (knee)
QUESTIONABLE: S Morgan Burnett (quad), WR Rashard Higgins (knee), OT Chris Hubbard (foot), S Sheldrick Redwine (hamstring), CB Denzel Ward (hamstring), CB Greedy Williams (hamstring)

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