Ravens CB Marlon Humphrey, OLB Odafe Oweh active vs. Lions; Detroit CB Jerry Jacobs out

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The Ravens returned home for their first game at M&T Bank Stadium in a month Sunday and do so much healthier than their opponent, the Detroit Lions.

Among the Ravens’ six inactive players, the only starter they are without is safety Marcus Williams (hamstring), who was ruled out Friday. Cornerback Kevon Seymour (ankle) is also inactive.

Others who are not active include center Sam Mustipher, outside linebacker Jeremiah Moon, guard Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu and Josh Johnson, who is the third/emergency quarterback.

Meanwhile, cornerback Marlon Humphrey is active after being added to the injury report Saturday with an illness and listed as questionable. Outside linebacker Odafe Oweh is also back after missing the past four games with an ankle injury.

The Lions (5-1), on the other hand, come in banged up.

They are without their top running back, David Montgomery (ribs), as well as starting cornerback Jerry Jacobs, who suffered a knee injury in practice Friday and was ruled out Sunday. Jacobs entered Sunday tied for the NFL lead with three interceptions and had played 99% of the defensive snaps.

With Montgomery out, the Lions will turn to rookie Jahmyr Gibbs, the No. 12 overall pick, with Craig Reynolds backing him up. The 5-foot-9, 200-pound Gibbs, who has 179 yards rushing and 70 yards receiving, was limited in practice earlier in the week was a full participant Friday.

Other inactive players for the Lions are: defensive end Charles Harris, wide receiver Marvin Jones Jr., left guard Jonah Jackson and defensive tackles Levi Onwuzurike and Brodric Martin.


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