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Baltimore Ravens lose cornerback Chris Westery, Chuck Clarke's safety in an already exhausted high school

Baltimore Ravens lose cornerback Chris Westery, Chuck Clarke’s safety in an already exhausted high school

BALTIMORE – The already depleted Baltimore Ravens High School got thinner the day before they faced off Aaron Rodgers The Green Bay Packers on Sunday.

The Ravens learned they lacked two other defensive backs on Saturday, when they turned up in the corner Chris Westery Placed on precautionary / COVID-19 and safety list Chuck Clark COVID protocol has not cleared.

With Clark out, the full inaugural high school run of the Baltimore season ended. Cornbucks Marlon Humphrey (torn pectoralis muscle) and Marcus Peters (A torn ACL) bye Deshaun Elliott (torn biceps) on injured reserve after suffering end-of-season injuries.

The crows are short-handed at the back corner. Westery had just replaced Humphrey in the starting line-up last Sunday. Now, Baltimore is down to five players with a start Anthony EverettAnd Jimmy SmithAnd Tavon YoungAnd Kevin Seymour And Robert Jackson, who has just been promoted from the coaching staff.

Without Clark, the crows are expected to start Geno Stone Next to Brandon Stevens In safety. Baltimore also lifted Tony Jefferson, who last played for the Ravens in 2019, from the coaching staff.

Baltimore will be looking to slow Rodgers, who needs four touchdown passes to pass Brett Favre (442) to finish first on the Packers all-time list.

The Ravens (8-5), who lead North Asia by one game, host the NFC-leading Packers (10-3) on Sunday at 4:25 p.m.

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