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Steelers Injury Report: List of players ruled out vs. the Ravens grows

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The Pittsburgh Steelers will be playing the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday Night Football, but will be short-handed as there are several regular players who won't be playing on the short week.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers are preparing for the Baltimore Ravens to invade Heinz Field Thursday night, and when the boys in black and gold take the field, there will be several regulars who won't be suiting up on the short week.

As reported by Bob Labriola of Steelers.com, there are several Steelers players who won't be participating in the first installment of one of the greatest rivalries in the NFL. Ben Roethlisberger (knee), Daniel McCullers (knee), Ryan Shazier (shoulder) and Matt Spaeth (hand) have all been ruled out.

Cortez Allen (knee) is the only player listed as questionable, while James Harrison (thumb) and Cody Wallace (illness) were listed as probable.

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For the Baltimore Ravens, they too will be without several players preparing on a short week.

As reported by Dale Lolley of the Washington Observer-Reporter, DE Chris Canty (calf), TE Crockett Gillmore (calf), T Eugene Monroe (concussion) and rookie WR Brehad Perriman (knee) are all out for the Ravens on Thursday night.

The Ravens didn't list any players as questionable or probable heading into the AFC North Showdown.

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The Steelers and Ravens kickoff at 8:00 p.m. EDT on CBS locally, and NFL Network nationally on Thursday Night Football.