14. BALTIMORE (8-9)
LAST SEASON: The Ravens lost six straight games to end the season as injuries — including to star quarterback Lamar Jackson — finally became too much to overcome. Jackson got off to an impressive start and looked like an MVP candidate early on, but he wasn’t available at the end because of ankle problems.
ARIZONA at DALLAS
Cardinals: RB James Conner (heel); WR Rondale Moore (ankle); CB Marco Wilson (shoulder); TE Demetrius Harris (shoulder); DL Jordan Phillips (knee); DL Zach Kerr.
Cowboys: QB Will Grier; CB Maurice Canady; S Israel Mukuamu; C Matt Farniok; WR Simi Fehoko.
DENVER at KANSAS CITY
Broncos: NT Mike Purcell (thumb); RB Melvin Gordon III (shoulder/hip); CB Essang Bassey; QB Brett Rypien; SS Jamar Johnson.
Chiefs: RT Lucas Niang (ribs); CB Rashad Fenton (knee); QB Shane Buechele; OL Kyle Long.
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) — The Baltimore Ravens waived tackle Cedric Ogbuehi on Friday.
The team announced the move shortly after Ogbuehi was ruled out of Sunday's game at Pittsburgh with a thigh injury.
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.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Ravens safeties Geno Stone and DeShon Elliott are inactive for Monday night's game against Indianapolis.
The two defensive backs were listed as questionable Saturday — Stone with a thigh injury and Elliott with a quad problem.
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) — The Baltimore Ravens activated receivers Rashod Bateman and Miles Boykin from injured reserve Wednesday and activated defensive lineman Justin Madubuike and linebacker Justin Houston from the reserve/COVID-19 list.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Wide receiver Miles Boykin had a message for quarterback Ian Book after No. 5 Notre Dame remained unbeaten, coming from behind and then holding off Pittsburgh.
"I told him winning is fun, but let's not win like this again," the 6-foot-4 Boykin said after he caught the game-winning, 35-yard touchdown pass from Book with 5:43 remaining in the fourth quarter Saturday to secure the 19-14 win.