OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) — Defensive back Jimmy Smith announced his retirement Monday after 11 years with the Baltimore Ravens.
Smith said late last season that if he was going to continue playing, he wanted it to be for the Ravens.
BALTIMORE RAVENS (8-9)
UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS: CB Anthony Averett, LB Chris Board, C Bradley Bozeman, LB Josh Bynes, DT Calais Campbell, S DeShon Elliott, NT Justin Ellis, LB L.J. Fort, RB Devonta Freeman, LB Justin Houston, QB Josh Johnson, LB Pernell McPhee, RB Latavius Murray, FB Patrick Ricard, T David Sharpe, CB Jimmy Smith, TE Eric Tomlinson, NT Brandon Williams, WR Sammy Watkins,
For Baltimore defensive back Jimmy Smith, the possibility of retirement is now more than just talk.
“Anybody who knows me knows that I’ve been retiring since my rookie year. I always say it. It’s just how I talk,” he said Wednesday.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Ravens defensive tackle Calais Campbell is inactive for Sunday night's game against Cleveland.
Campbell missed practice this week because of a concussion, and his absence is a blow to Baltimore in this matchup against the NFL's top-ranked rushing offense.
DALLAS AT KANSAS CITY
Cowboys: LT Tyron Smith; CB Kelvin Joseph; CB Nahshon Wrigh; SS Israel Mukuamu; WR Simi Fehoko; QB Will Grier.
Chiefs: RT Lucas Niang; DT Khalen Saunders; CB Deandre Baker; RB Derrick Gore; QB Shane Buechele.
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) — The Baltimore Ravens put linebackers Jaylon Ferguson and Justin Houston and defensive linemen Brandon Williams and Justin Madubuike on the reserve/COVID-19 list Friday.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Ravens safety DeShon Elliott left Sunday night's game against Kansas City with a concussion.
Baltimore has been decimated in both the offensive and defensive backfields so far this season.
KANSAS CITY AT BALTIMORE
Chiefs: CB DeAndre Baker; DE Joshua Kaindoh; OL Austin Blythe (abdomen); G Laurent Duvernay-Tardif; WR Daurice Fountain.
Ravens: CB Jimmy Smith (ankle); LB Daelin Hayes (knee); T Ronnie Stanley (ankle); DE Derek Wolfe (back, hip); DE Broderick Washington.
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) — The Baltimore Ravens put cornerback Chris Westry on injured reserve following a knee injury.
The Ravens announced the move Friday. It's another blow to the team's secondary.
Marlon Humphrey was beaten so badly on the winning touchdown that he slowed to a jog while the pass was still in the air.
It was that kind of night for Baltimore's secondary.
The Ravens arrived in Las Vegas determined to show that they could still play to their usual standard despite a rash of preseason injuries.