By Nathan Beaucage
The Baltimore Ravens will be without 12 of their players — two of them starters — for Thursday night’s preseason game against the Los Angeles Rams.
Offensive guard Marshal Yanda, safety Tony Jefferson, linebacker Tyus Bowser, wide receiver Tim White, tight end Maxx Williams, offensive lineman Randin Crecelius, offensive lineman Maurice Shakir, tight end Darren Waller and three PUP players (cornerback Jaylen Hill, linebacker Bam Bradley and wide receiver Quincy Adeboyejo) will all be sidelined on Thursday night.
Though the Ravens will be down two starters — Yanda and Jefferson — that pales in comparison to the Rams, who will be fielding just a couple of first-stringers. The only starters expected to be in the game for Los Angeles are right guard Jamon Brown and outside linebacker Samson Ebukam.
While Baltimore has had their fair share of training camp injuries — as evidenced by the sizable group of players held out of this contest — the team has made it to this point in the preseason relatively unscathed. After escaping last week’s Hall of Fame Game with no injuries of note, the Ravens are hoping to have a repeat performance on that...