Quarterback Matt Schaub is officially listed as questionable on the Ravens injury report for Sunday's game against Seattle, meaning Jimmy Clausen could become the Ravens starting quarterback less than three weeks after signing with the team.
Schaub, nursing a chest injury after he took a beating at Miami last week, did not practice all week, although coach John Harbaugh said Schaub threw on his own on Thursday.
After practice Friday, Harbaugh said, "If (Schaub) can go, he will, and if it’s best for our team for Jimmy to go, then that’s the way we’ll do it.”
Left tackle Eugene Monroe is out for Sunday with a shoulder injury. He will miss his third straight game and his seventh of the season, and a trip to season-ending injured reserve is looking increasingly likely.
On Friday Harbaugh said, "A decision has been made" with regard to the remainder of Monroe's season, "but I don’t think it’s really for me to announce it at this time. We’ll let Eugene or Ozzie announce what the plans are with that.”
Tight end Crockett Gillmore and receiver Marlon Brown both are doubtful with back injuries. With Gillmore likely sidelined and rookie tight end Nick Boyle suspended for the final four games, the Ravens thin tight end group will include rookie Maxx Williams, who missed last week's game with a concussion, and Konrad Reuland and Richard Gordon, who were signed by the team this week.
Here is the Ravens full injury report:
OUT: T Eugene Monroe (shoulder)
DOUBTFUL: TE Crockett Gillmore (back), WR Marlon Brown (back)
QUESTIONABLE: QB Matt Schaub (chest)
PROBABLE: TE Maxx Williams (concussion), T Rick Wagner (ankle), DT Brandon Williams (shoulder), CB Jimmy Smith (leg); LB Elvis Dumervil (not injury related), LB Daryl Smith (not injury related), DE Chris Canty (not injury related)
OUT: RB Marshawn Lynch (abdomen), DE Demarcus Dobbs (concussion), DT Jordan Hill (toe)
PROBABLE: DE Cliff Avril (not injury related), Michael Bennett (not injury related)