The Baltimore Ravens have gotten contributions from players on their practice squad all season long. With how many injuries the team has had to go through, they’ve needed all of their players to step up in a big way, and so far they’ve found guys who are stepping in for injured stars at a good level.
On Wednesday, Baltimore protected four players on their practice squad ahead of their Week 12 divisional matchup with the Cleveland Browns in offensive tackle David Sharpe, inside linebacker Joe Thomas, cornerback Kevon Seymour and safety Jordan Richards.
Sharpe could act as offensive tackle depth if called up, while Thomas would help at the inside linebacker position. Both Seymour and Richards could have opportunities to play with a very depleted Ravens secondary, depending on if they get called up or not and how many cornerbacks miss Sunday night’s game.