Jaguars vs. Ravens final injury report: Tyson Campbell and Andre Cisco out for SNF

• The Jaguars have ruled out Andre Cisco and Tyson Campbell for SNF

• Here's the Jags list of inactives for the Week 15 bout vs. the Ravens

Jacksonville Jaguars safety Andre Cisco (5) runs onto the field before an NFL football matchup
Jacksonville Jaguars safety Andre Cisco (5) runs onto the field before an NFL football matchup / Corey Perrine/Florida Times-Union / USA

Cornerback Tyson Campbell and safety Andre Cisco have developed into key contributors for the Jacksonville Jaguars. Unfortunately, neither one will be available when the Jags welcome the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday Night Football. Both of them have already been ruled out.

Jacksonville's final injury report for Week 15 is a long one. Whereas Cisco and Campbell won't be suiting up against the Ravens, left tackle Walker Little, left guard Ezra Cleveland, tight end Brenton Strange, long snapper Ross Matiscik, return specialist Jamal Agnew, cornerback Christian Braswell and nickel Tre Herndon are listed as questionable.

Cisco suffered a hamstring injury in the loss against the Cleveland Browns while Campbell hurt his hamstring against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 13. When head coach Doug Pederson met with the local media Friday, he said Cisco had done okay, but Friday and Saturday were going to be for him. He said something similar about Campbell, so it's fair to assume that neither one was healthy enough to be cleared for the game.

On the other hand, Pederson said that Cleveland and Little were doing fine. Both were limited participants in practice this week and there's a chance they could play Sunday Night. Little got hurt in the Bengals game while Cleveland exited last week's bout versus the Browns with a knee injury.

Christian Braswell was activated from Injured Reserve last week but wasn't ready to return to actions. Jamal Angew's window to return from IR was also activated a few days ago. He sustained shoulder and rib injuries against the San Francisco 49ers in Week 10.

On the Ravens' end, safety Kyle Hamilton got the questionable tag for the game but has a good chance of playing Sunday.

The Jaguars will have to beat the Ravens without being at full strength

The Jaguars would surely like to have Andre Cisco and Tyson Campbell Sunday but they'll have to do without them. Andrew Wingard will likely step in Cisco's place but rookie Antonio Johnson, who's flashed the past two weeks, could also see time at safety. Meanwhile, Montaric Brown will probably be filling in for Campbell.

Now, not everything is gloom and doom for the Jaguars. Trevor Lawrence was a full participant in practice and cornerback Tre Herndon has been cleared from concussion protocol, that's two starters Jacksonville will have against the Ravens.

Moreover, rookie wide receiver Parker Washington and tight end Evan Engram are riding a hot streak. If they once again play at a high level, and the offense can cut down on penalties, drops and miscommunication, they should be able to put points on the scoreboard. Just last week, Baltimore gave up 31 points to the Los Angeles Rams, and they're far from an offensive juggernaut this season.

In the end, the Jaguars will have an opportunity to end the two-game losing skid they're currently sitting on. It won't be easy but they have enough talent on both sides of the ball to beat Baltimore. It's now up to them not to shoot themselves in the foot and lose because of self-inflicted wounds.

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