Bryant McKinnie of the Baltimore Ravens pass blocks against the Detroit Lions at M&T Bank Stadium on August 17, 2012 in Baltimore, Maryland. Getty Images …
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BALTIMORE (AP) - Left tackle Bryant McKinnie and defensive tackle Terrence Cody have been placed on the Baltimore Ravens' inactive list against the Green Bay Packers.
McKinnie appears to be a healthy scratch. He was not listed on Friday's injury report and lost his starting job to Eugene Monroe, who is slated to make his Baltimore debut Sunday after being obtained on Oct. 2 in a trade with Jacksonville.
Cody has a knee injury. The Ravens' inactive list includes receiver Brandon Stokley (knee), defensive end Marcus Spears (thigh) and center Ryan Jensen (foot).
Green Bay will be without injured linebackers Clay Matthews (thumb) and Brad Jones (hamstring). Also inactive for the Packers: cornerbacks Jarret Bush and Casey Hayward, running back James Starks, center Greg Van Roten and defensive end Josh Boyd.
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