Ravens without both starting OTs versus Steelers
The Baltimore Ravens have ruled out starting offensive tackles Ronnie Stanley and James Hurst for Sunday's NFC North battle against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Stanley, the left tackle, will miss the contest because of an ankle injury suffered against the Carolina Panthers last Sunday. Hurst, the right tackle, will miss his third straight game with a back injury.
Jermaine Eluemunor will start at left tackle and rookie Orlando Brown Jr. will start on the right. The versatile Eluemunor was promoted from the practice squad on Oct. 23 and will be making his third career start.
"I pride myself on being able to play every position on the offensive line," Eluemunor told reporters on Friday.
Outside linebacker Tim Williams (ankle) will also miss the game after being injured against the Panthers.
Inside linebacker C.J. Mosley (thigh) is among six Ravens listed as questionable. The others are cornerback Marlon Humphrey (thigh), safety Tony Jefferson (hamstring), running back Alex Collins (foot) center Bradley Bozeman (foot) and offensive lineman Alex Lewis (neck).
Collins has a team-leading 358 rushing yards and how he holds up against the Steelers may determine how many snaps Ty Montgomery receives. Baltimore acquired Montgomery from the Green Bay Packers via trade on Tuesday.
--Field Level Media
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