DENVER — The Broncos will be without two starting linemen against the Ravens on Sunday, as guards Dalton Risner and Graham Glasgow were both among the team's inactive players.
Glasgow was previously ruled out with a knee injury, while Risner was listed as questionable with an ankle injury. Glasgow did not practice all week, while Risner practiced for the first time on Friday in a limited capacity.
With Glasgow and Risner inactive, Netane Muti and Quinn Meinerz are expected to start at right guard and left guard, respectively.
Denver will also be without outside linebacker Andre Mintze (hamstring) and inside linebacker Baron Browning (back). Both players were listed as questionable on the team's final injury report of the week. Mintze was limited all week in practice, while Browning was added to the injury report on Friday after missing the session with a back injury.
The Broncos' other three players who were listed as questionable — defensive linemen Dre'Mont Jones (calf) and Shelby Harris (wrist/illness) and running back Melvin Gordon III (ribs/lower leg) — are active for Sunday's game.
Wide receiver David Moore will also be active for the first time after Denver signed him from the Raiders' practice squad earlier this week.
For a complete look at the Broncos' inactives, see below: