Injuries continue piling up for Ravens in lost season

October 27, 2015 | Luke Jones

Monday brought another loss and another collection of injuries as the Ravens lost the left side of their starting offensive line and two members of their 2015 draft class in the 26-18 defeat to Arizona.

Left guard Kelechi Osemele (knee) and left tackle Eugene Monroe (shoulder) both exited the game in the fourth quarter, leaving John Urschel at left guard and James Hurst at left tackle as the Ravens unsuccessfully tried to march down the field to tie the game in the final minute. Neither starter returned, and head coach John Harbaugh did not have any updates on their conditions after the game.

Monroe missed three games earlier this season after sustaining a concussion in the opener against Denver.

Baltimore also lost rookie cornerback Tray Walker on a punt play on the second play of the fourth quarter. The fourth-round pick was tested for a concussion with no further update given after the conclusion of the game.

Rookie receiver Darren Waller also left the game with an apparent leg injury in the first half and didn’t return. The 2015 sixth-round pick missed last week’s game after sustaining a concussion in Week 5.

The Ravens were without two other members of their 2015 draft class as first-round receiver Breshad Perriman remained sidelined with a knee injury and second-round tight end Maxx Williams was ruled out with knee and ankle ailments.