Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Baltimore Ravens: Final Injury Report


Here is the final Pittsburgh Steelers injury report for their week two game against the Baltimore Ravens.

The Steelers will be without two weapons on offense tonight.  Dri Archer will miss the game due to an ankle injury he suffered during the Browns game last Sunday.  Lance Moore will miss his second straight game with a nagging groin injury.  No Archer means Will Johnson will serve as the team’s number three running back.  With Moore missing his second game, Justin Brown will once again be the Steelers number three wide receiver.

Rookie wide receiver Martavis Bryant, who was listed as probable with a shoulder injury, will have to wait at least one more week to make his NFL debut . Darrius Heyward-Bey was likely chosen to play over Bryant since DHB can play on special teams.

The Steelers had three other players on the injury list, all of whom were listed as probable, all will play tonight.  Those three players are cornerback Brice McCain (groin) and safety Shamarko Thomas (Achilles, ankle), and center Cody Wallace (hamstring, finger) .

Other players inactive for the Steelers are quarterback Landry Jones, defensive tackle Daniel McCullers, center Wesley Johnson, and guard Chris Hubbard.

As for the Ravens, they will be missing cornerback Lardarius Webb due to a back injury.  Webb was listed as questionable this week after not playing in their week one game against the Bengals.  Ravens offensive guard Marshal Yanda will play with a foot injury.

Only one other Ravens player is inactive tonight, that being wide receiver Michael Campanaro.

Enjoy the game.  Go Steelers.