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Ravens likely to be without starting TE Thursday

Crockett Gillmore

AP

The abbreviated work week for the Ravens and Steelers means the teams released a final participation and injury report Tuesday.

The Ravens listed the same players on that report that they listed on Monday. They practiced Tuesday without starting tight end Crockett Gilmore, defensive end Chris Canty and wide receiver Breshad Perriman, while starting left tackle Eugene Monroe was limited and could miss a second straight game due to a concussion.

Speaking to reporters Tuesday, Ravens offensive coordinator Marc Trestman said that the team will probably be without Gillmore Thursday. Gillmore left last Sunday’s loss to the Bengals with a calf injury.

That means rookie Maxx Williams will likely see more action than he’s seen to this point.

It looks like the Steelers will play without linebacker Ryan Shazier for a second straight game after Shazier missed practice Tuesday. Daniel McCullers and Matt Spaeth also missed practice, and Cortez Allen was limited. James Harrison practiced; the Steelers said Harrison would have missed practice Monday had there been one due to a thumb injury he suffered in last week’s win over the Rams. Nobody thought a thumb injury was going to keep Harrison from a game with the Ravens.