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Monday, December 6, 2021

10 Ravens, including DL Calais Campbell, FB Patrick Ricard, CB Anthony Averett, didn’t train on Wednesday.

The Ten Ravens, including starting quarterback Anthony Averett (hip), defender Calle Campbell (concussion), tackle right Patrick Mekari (ankle) and defender Patrick Ricard (thigh / foot), did not train on Wednesday, according to the team’s injury report.

Others who did not train included Miles Boykin (finger), invader Cedric Ogbuehi (thigh), corner-backs Jimmy Smith (neck), Chris Westri (thigh) and Tavon Young (foot / knee) and outside midfielder Justin Houston (rest) …

The restricted entrants were the wide receivers Marquise Brown (thigh) and Devin Duvernay (knee / chest), midfielder Josh Bynes (thigh) and bow tackle Brandon Williams (shoulder).

Defender Lamar Jackson (disease) was a full member. He said he expects to start Sunday night against the Cleveland Browns on Wednesday after missing out on 11 weeks against the Bears in Chicago.

The news was particularly bleak for the full-back, where Marlon Humphrey was the only regular rotation member to train.

Injuries to Campbell, the team’s top linemen in the team’s internal defense, and Ricard, the pro Bowl defender candidate, weren’t evident during Sunday’s 16-13 victory over the Chicago Bears.

Several key Cleveland Browns players, including defender Baker Mayfield (shoulder / foot / groin), defender Malik Jackson (knee), and wide receivers Jarvis Landry (knee) and Donovan Peeples-Jones (groin) also didn’t train on Wednesday. Jadeveon Clowney’s protective end (neck / wrist / knee) has been constrained.

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Hall of Fame Semi-Finalists

The three former Ravens were named for the first time as a semi-finalist in the Professional Football Hall of Fame on Wednesday.

Wide successors Anquan Boldin, Steve Smith Sr. and Devin Hester are all vying for inclusion in the 2022 class. Offensive tackle Willie Anderson, a two-time semi-finalist, is also pending. Fifteen finalists will be selected prior to the final voting.

Boldin caught 186 assists for 2,645 yards and 14 touchdowns in three years at Baltimore (2010-12). In terms of the number of foster homes, Boldin takes the 14th place for all the time (13,779).

Smith made 195 catches for 2,534 yards and 14 touchdowns in three seasons at Baltimore (2014-16). He finished his career with the eighth most received yards in NFL history (14,731).

Hester, one of the brightest players in NFL history, made 12 appearances in Baltimore in 2016. Anderson, a four-time Pro Bowl player with the Cincinnati Bengals, started 11 games for the Ravens that season.

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