Ravens running back Gus Edwards (hamstring) and tight end Mark Andrews (knee, shoulder) were listed as doubtful for Monday night’s game against the New Orleans Saints in the team’s final injury report of the week.
Wide receiver Demarcus Robinson, set to play a more prominent role after Rashod Bateman opted for season-ending foot surgery, was listed as questionable for the Saints game after he missed practice Saturday because of a groin injury that popped up the day before. Robinson had his best game of the season in the Ravens’ Week 8 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, making six catches for 64 yards.
Cornerback Marcus Peters (quad/knee) was also listed as questionable, though he was a full practice participant Saturday. Reserve offensive lineman Patrick Mekari (back) and reserve linebacker Malik Harrison (foot) were listed as questionable, with both limited in practice Saturday after neither appeared on the injury report earlier in the week.
Andrews, the team’s top pass catcher, has never missed a game because of injury but departed the win over Tampa Bay after he hurt his shoulder. He did not practice all week.
Edwards was the Ravens’ leading ball carrier for two games after he returned from a knee injury that cost him last season. Coach John Harbaugh has said Edwards’ hamstring injury is not serious, but the team will be cautious with him.
The Saints, meanwhile, ruled out starting cornerback Marshon Lattimore (abdomen) and former Ravens running back Mark Ingram II (knee), while listing wide receiver Jarvis Landry (ankle) as questionable.
Ravens left tackle Ronnie Stanley and outside linebacker Jason Pierre-Paul took rest days Saturday, but neither was listed with an injury status for the Saints game.