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Steelers vs. Ravens injury report: Rashard Mendenhall in, Ben Roethlisberger out

The Steelers get one offensive start back, but will be without another on Sunday in an important battle with the Ravens.

Justin K. Aller

Pittsburgh Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall will most likely be available for head coach Mike Tomlin when the team faces the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will be out, as he battles injuries to his ribs and throwing shoulder.

The Steelers' running game has been hampered by injuries all season, and it appears that just as they were finally going to catch a break, the passing game takes a hit. Still, Pittsburgh has overcome to post a 6-3 record and has a chance to pull even with the Ravens for first in the AFC North with a win.

The Ravens will have one of their top run-stoppers, as defensive tackle Haloti Ngata is listed as probable after being limited in practice all week. Nose tackle Terrence Cody is questionable with an arm injury. Cornerback Jimmy Smith is the only player listed as "Out" for Baltimore.

The two teams will meet on Sunday night at 8:20 p.m. ET. Full injury reports listed below.



DB Curtis Brown

FS Ryan Clark

DE Brett Keisel

RB Rashard Mendenhall

T Max Starks

CB Ike Taylor


Stevenson Sylvester


WR Antonio Brown

T Marcus Gilbert

SS Troy Polamalu

QB Ben Roethlisberger



S Sean Considine

ILB Dannell Ellerbe

WR/RS Jacoby Jones

DT Haloti Ngata

S Bernard Pollard

S Ed Reed

RB Ray Rice

WR Torrey Smith

OLB Terrell Suggs

OLD Courtney Upshaw

G Bobbie Williams

G/T Marshal Yanda


NT Terrence Cody

S Christian Thompson


DE Pernell McPhee


CB Jimmy Smith

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