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Ravens promote cornerback, place Marlon Brown on IR

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Entering the final week of a difficult 2015 season, the Ravens officially have more players on injured reserve than in any other season of the John Harbaugh era.
Wide receiver Marlon Brown was placed on season-ending IR on Tuesday afternoon as Baltimore now has 20 players on that list, which doesn’t include tight end Dennis Pitta on the reserve physically unable to perform list. Harbaugh said Monday that Brown would not return for Week 17 after missing the previous five games with a back injury.
The Ravens had 19 players on IR last season and in 2008, Harbaugh’s first year as head coach.
Baltimore promoted former Indianapolis cornerback Sheldon Price from the practice squad to take Brown’s roster spot. At 6-foot-2 and 198 pounds, the UCLA product has intriguing size for the position and was active for two games with the Colts earlier this season.
Meanwhile, the Cincinnati Bengals are expecting quarterback A.J. McCarron to start Sunday’s game against the Ravens. McCarron injured his left wrist in Monday’s overtime loss to Denver, but multiple reports indicate that he’ll be able to start the regular-season finale as Bengals starter Andy Dalton continues to recover from a fractured thumb.
The Ravens’ bizarre season at the quarterback position would have received an additional wrinkle on Sunday if the news had been worse about McCarron. Keith Wenning is the Bengals’ current backup quarterback and was Baltimore’s sixth-round pick in the 2014 draft.
Wenning was released in May after the Ravens signed veteran Matt Schaub to back up starter Joe Flacco.

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