Ravens linebacker C.J. Mosley won’t play in Sunday’s Pro Bowl due to a calf injury suffered in the season-finale against the Bengals. However, the Ravens will be well-presented in the game, especially for a team that went 8-8.

Ravens center Jeremy Zuttah was added to the AFC roster on Monday, replacing center Maurkice Pouncey of the Steelers who withdrew. That makes seven Ravens who have been named to the Pro Bowl – Mosley, Zuttah, long snapper Morgan Cox, fullback Kyle Juszczyk, safety Eric Weddle, kicker Justin Tucker, and guard Marshal Yanda, who won’t play due to a shoulder injury.

Mosley has made the Pro Bowl in two of his first three NFL seasons, and figures to be a cornerstone of the Ravens’ defense for years to come. However, the immediate future is not as certain for Juszczyk, who is a free agent, or for Zuttah, who could be a salary cap casualty this offseason. The Ravens would save around $2.4 million in cap space by releasing Zuttah, and they could look to address that position during free agency or the draft.

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