Baltimore Ravens at Arizona Cardinals – Week 7 injury report

Oct 22, 2015, 2:37 PM | Updated: Oct 24, 2015, 2:09 pm

The Baltimore Ravens (1-5) visit the Arizona Cardinals (4-2) on Monday Night Football at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale.

Below is the official Week 7 injury report for both teams.

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Player Position Injury Thursday Friday Saturday Saturday Status
Darren Fells TE Shoulder DNP DNP DNP Out
Larry Fitzgerald WR Not Injury-Related DNP Full Full Probable
Alex Okafor LB Calf DNP DNP DNP Out
Justin Bethel CB Foot Limited Limited Limited Probable
John Brown WR Hamstring Limited DNP Limited Questionable
Cory Redding DT Shoulder Limited Full Full Probable
Frostee Rucker DT Foot Limited Limited Full Probable
LaMarr Woodley LB Chest Limited Limited Full Probable
Brittan Golden WR Groin Limited Probable

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Player Position Injury Thursday Friday Saturday Saturday Status
Terrence Brooks S Thumb DNP DNP DNP Out
Elvis Dumervil LB Not Injury-Related DNP Full Full Probable
Asa Jackson CB Thigh DNP Limited Limited Questionable
Breshad Perriman WR Knee DNP DNP DNP Out
Daryl Smith LB Not Injury-Related DNP Full Full Probable
Maxx Williams TE Knee/Ankle DNP DNP DNP Out
Chris Canty DE Calf Limited DNP Full Probable
Lardarius Webb CB Thigh Limited Limited Limited Questionable
Marshal Yanda G Ankle Limited Limited Full Probable
Darren Waller WR Concussion Full Full Full Probable
Kendrick Lewis S Knee DNP DNP Limited Questionable

Daily Practice Designations:
Out-Definitely will not play
DNP-Did Not Participate
Limited-Limited Participation (Less than 100% of normal repetitions)
Full-Full Participation (100% of normal repetitions)

Friday Status Designations:
Out-Definitely will not play
Doubtful-At least a 75% chance will not play
Questionable-A 50-50 chance will not play
Probable-A virtual certainty of being available for normal duty

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