The Kansas City Chiefs will be missing two key starters for Sunday's game vs. the Ravens, who have activated receiver LaQuan Williams for the first time this season.
Williams had gotten buried because of Baltimore's depth at the position with Torrey Smith, Anquan Boldin, Jacoby Jones and Tandon Doss getting the work.
But Williams, who played in 12 games as rookie last season for Baltimore, now is listed as Boldin's backup, and ahead of Doss but will likely get a lot of snaps on special teams. Doss has just two receptions in four games this season for 45 yards.
Williams made the first play of the game, dropping Chiefs returner Shaun Draughn on the kickoff.
As expected, Chiefs defensive end Glenn Dorsey will not play because of a calf injury and is being replaced on the right side by Allen Bailey, a third-stringer.
Safety Kendrick Lewis, who has listed as having a shoulder injury but left practice late in the week for what the team called "personal reasons," will not suit up, either. Abram Elam will fill in at free safety for Lewis.
Key backup cornerback Jalil Brown also won't play. Brown (hamstring) plays behind starter Brandon Flowers, who has been limited in practice by a heel injury. Power back Peyton Hillis can't play because of a bad ankle.
Coach Romeo Crennel did make a starting line up shift because of performance, but not at quarterback where Matt Cassel has 10 of the Chiefs' 15 turnovers.
Nose tackle Dontari Poe will start while Anthony Toribio goes to the bench.
The Ravens' inactives: Cornerback Asa Jackson, safety Christian Thompson, offensive tackle Jah Reid, tight end Billy Bajema, defensive end DeAngelo Tyson, linebacker Sergio Kindle and defensive tackle Bryan Hall.