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Ravens: OT Jared Gaither is expected to miss his second straight game with what the Ravens are listing as a foot injury. On Monday, coach John Harbaugh called it a lower-back injury. Gaither has missed practice this week and would be replaced by Michael Oher at left tackle. ... Oher is expected to make his second straight start in place of Gaither. He will shift from right to left tackle. Oniel Cousins would start for Oher at right tackle. ... Cousins is expected to start at right tackle for the second straight week. Oher, the team's regular right tackle, will shift to the left side to replace Gaither. ... S Ed Reed is expected to miss his third straight game with groin and foot injuries. He would be replaced by Tom Zbikowski. ... WR Mark Clayton is expected to miss his second straight game with a hamstring injury after not practicing this week. He would be replaced by Kelley Washington, who is also nursing an ankle injury, or Demetrius Williams. ... Williams could make his first start of the season if Clayton and Washington are both sidelined.
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