Linebacker Josh Bynes' infected finger will land him on the sidelines for at least one week.
Bynes is the lone player being ruled out by the Ravens for Sunday's game at the Steelers. The 24-year-old has started all six games so far this year, recording 33 tackles and two passes defensed.
On their Friday injury report, the Ravens have listed center Ryan Jensen (foot) and wideout Brandon Stokley (thigh) as doubtful while six others are questionable: cornerback Chykie Brown (thigh), defensive tackle Terrence Cody (knee), linebacker Albert McClellan (shoulder), defensive tackle Haloti Ngata (elbow), linebacker Courtney Upshaw (foot) and cornerback Lardarius Webb (thigh).
On the positive side, linebacker Jameel McClain (neck) is probable for the contest after a spinal cord contusion kept him from playing in the Ravens' last nine regular season contests, dating back to Dec. 9. Defensive end Chris Canty (thigh) and defensive tackle Marcus Spears (knee) are also probable.
The Steelers have ruled out tight end Richard Gordon (toe) and wideout Markus Wheaton (finger) while linebacker Jarvis Jones (concussion) is questionable.
Tackle Marcus Gilbert (quad), defensive end Brett Keisel (abdomen), tight end Heath Miller (NIR) and linebacker LaMarr Woodley (knee) are probable for the contest.